we are a pro-choice community health centre that advances and advocates for the sexual health, health, and well being of youth.
a future of sexual and reproductive choice, freedom, and possibilities.
Planned Parenthood Toronto is committed to being an agency that values and reflects the diverse communities of Toronto. We recognize that:
Equity is different from equality.
Equity is access to inclusive, high quality, programming and services that respect your choices.
Equity is ensuring that community input informs what we do and guides us to take action for social change that benefits you.
principles and values
PPT believes that:
Healthy sexuality is an important part of life
Individuals have the right to control their lives and to make informed choices regarding their sexuality and reproduction.
Sexual and reproductive rights must be protected
A respectful, confidential, non-judgmental, and inclusive environment is important to offer effective services
Input from clients, staff, volunteers, and community partners informs the work we do and inspires us to innovate and take action for social change
Providing responsive, client-centred services means being pro-choice, youth-positive, woman-positive, sex-positive and lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer-positive
Providing accurate and understandable information empowers individuals to make informed choices
Maintaining transparency and fulfilling our accountability to our many stakeholders will support their continued trust in us
A healthy, engaging, collaborative, and safe work environment is vital to our success and the best way to demonstrate that we value our staff, students, and volunteers
We can only identify how power and privilege play out when we are conscious and committed to understanding how racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of oppression affect each one of us
It is important to respect and value our history as an organization that emerged from the women’s rights movement.
Ontario Public Sector Salary Disclosure
The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, 1996 (the act) makes Ontario’s public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to disclose annually the names, positions, salaries, and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in a calendar year.
The act applies to organizations such as the Government of Ontario, Crown Agencies, Municipalities, Hospitals, Boards of Public Health, School Boards, Universities, Colleges, Hydro One, Ontario Power Generation, and other public sector employers who receive a significant level of funding from the provincial government.