ASE is a federally incorporated not-for-profit organization!
We are committed to the sustainability and integrity of our shared vision for empowering Black Canadians with disabilities.
ASE Community 's constitution and bylaws are fundamental to this promise to centre Black Canadians with disabilities' voices and experiences. Consequently, subject to the articles, there shall be two classes of members in ASE, namely, Class A members (voting member) and Class B members (non-voting member).(S2.01)
All membership types must:
All members will have:
Note: To be a volunteer, paid staff, or Board of Directors, you must be a member in good standing.
Self-Identify as Black, African-Canadian, and/or African (Black Diaspora) with disabilities. Parent/guardian of child 18 & under.
Open to all individuals and/or organizations interested in supporting and advancing the strategic goals and vision of ASE Community Foundation.
Individuals, corporations, institutions, and community organizations who are not located (reside) in Canada.