Please consider becoming a member of our society. Your membership will help us to provide safe, confidential, and compassionate care to everyone who comes to our clinic. Our goal is to connect with our allies and supporters to create a community of like-minded individuals who support our work.

Our mission is to create a safer world by pioneering care that empowers and celebrates reproductive choice for current and future generations. You and/or your organization are invited to explore this website to learn more about us and about what we do. Please feel to use our contact form to request more information or to reach a board member for a conversation about our organization.

Benefits of Membership

As a member, you have the opportunity to attend and vote at our Annual General Meeting (AGM), receive invitations to Everywoman’s events, and participate in furthering our important work. As a nonprofit society, maintaining a healthy roster of members allows us to continue to strengthen our relationships with our funders, private donors, and other community partners, all of which are essential to our future.

How to Become a Member

Please show your continued support for the work that we do by becoming a member using our membership form

Please mail or scan and email your completed membership form and payment to Everywoman’s Health Centre. We accept cash, cheque, debit, and credit card payments. 


Our street and mailing address is 210 – 2525 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC Canada V5N 4C1


Our email address is

Credit Card Payments

If you wish to pay by credit card:

  • write your credit card # and expiry date anywhere on your membership form or
  • call 604-322-6575 to provide the information.

Thank you!

210 – 2525 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC   V5N 4C1
Phone hours: 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Monday to Friday

Appointments: 604-322-6692
business inquiries only: 604-322-6576
Fax: 604-322-6632

Everywoman’s sits on the traditional, ancestral, and un-ceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples– xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam),  Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish).