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Would you like to make a donation?

Since April 2005, the Program is pleased to be funded by the Province of Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services for youth cases. This allows us to work with youth cases that cover a range of seriousness, both post charge and pre-charge. We accept referrals from Crown and Defence Counsels, the Judiciary, Probation Services and the Boys and Girls Youth Diversion Program.

However, CJP depends on receiving donations to fund work with adult offenders. The receipt of donations would allow the Program to continue to serve victims, accused, and affected community members. Any amount you can afford would be greatly appreciated. Donations are tax deductible since the Collaborative Justice Program is a charitable organization.

How to Donate

We currently can accept donations in the following ways:

  • In person at our office by cash or cheque
  • Mailed in to our office
  • Online via CanadaHelps.org
  • Online via PayPal

Thank you so much for supporting the important healing work of the Collaborative Justice Program!

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Would you like to become a member of CJP?

The Collaborative Justice Program is a restorative justice program that seeks to inspire communities to respond to crime with accountability, dialogue and compassion. CJP has been operating in Ottawa since 1998 and in April 2011, became an independent not-for-profit corporation and a registered charity.

We encourage those who are interested in this work to show their support by becoming a member of our organization. Help us continue with our commitment to healing and the resolution of conflict in our community.

 As a CJP member:

  • you will be able to vote at the Annual General Meeting,
  • you are eligible to be on the Board of Directors,
  • you will be able to participate as a CJP Volunteer in support of CJP and RJ generally,
  • and you will receive a charitable tax receipt for all membership fees.

To become a member, you may choose any of these methods:

  • In Person - come in to our office to complete the Membership and make a payment by cash or cheque,
  • Online - use Paypal to make your secure payment and then complete the Membership Form,
  • By Mail - you may print the Membership Form and mail it to us with your payment attached,
  • or you may contact Executive Director, Kimberly Mann (cjpkim@storm.ca) or President, Chris Ford (chris@generallyspeaking.ca) for more information.

Thank you for your interest and support of the Collaborative Justice Program!


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