Toronto Seniors' Forum needs volunteers
Toronto residents, aged 60+ can shape and advance the City’s commitment to age-equity. The Toronto Seniors’ Forum is currently recruiting volunteer members to work with City staff, elected officials, and community-based organizations to ensure that City services and programs respond to the needs of older adults and seniors living in Toronto.
To learn more about the Toronto Seniors Forum and to access the Application, please visit the Public Appointments website. Applications close June 30, 2023.
Toronto Seniors' Forum
The City of Toronto is committed to becoming an age-equitable city. This means taking specific actions to improve the lives of seniors who are members of diverse communities including the Indigenous and Black communities, persons of colour, women, persons of all gender identities and sexual orientations, persons living with disabilities and others.
Through the Toronto Seniors’ Forum, residents aged 60 years and older can shape the actions taken by the City to advance its commitment to age-equity. Members of the Toronto Seniors’ Forum work with City staff, elected officials, and community-based organizations to ensure that City services and programs respond to the needs of older adults and seniors living in Toronto.
As part of the Toronto Seniors' Forum, members will share their experiences, ideas and points of view to advise, educate, and help City staff and City Councillors to take action on a variety of key issues for older adults and seniors living in Toronto.
The Toronto Seniors' Forum is a program advisory body that advises the Seniors Services and Long-Term Care division.