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Become an Information Provider!
Free Web Sites For Not-For-Profit Community Organizations

If Your Organization Deals With...

  • Community or Neighbourhood Development 
  • Crisis Intervention 
  • Self Help 
  • Recreation or Sports 
  • Music, Dance or Art 
  • Clubs, Hobbies or Crafts 
  • Nature or Environment 
  • Government or Politics 
  • Health or Wellness 
  • Spirituality 
  • Education 
  • Business Advice or Information 
  • Employment 
  • Consumer Information 
  • Science or Technology 
  • Almost any other area of human interest or endeavour! 
A Web page on the Toronto FreeNet can help you achieve your goals.

The Toronto FreeNet is a volunteer-driven organization providing individuals with affordable access to the Internet.

It Benefits You

As an TFN Information Provider, news about your organization and its activities is available 24 hours a day to a huge and rapidly growing audience. Providing information on-line will help you:

  • Attract new members 
  • Publicize your events 
  • Keep your clients informed 
  • Promote your services 
  • Receive and reply to requests and feedback 
Updates to the information on your site are quick and easy to do, cost you nothing, and are instantly available to your public. Best of all, we provide this service free of charge for non-commercial, not-for-profit organizations.You are not required to display any of those annoying third-party advertisements which are required by other free Web site hosting businesses.

It Benefits Us

Our goal is to be the best source of electronic information in and about Toronto. Information from groups such as yours benefits our members and all citizens of the region who visit our site through the Internet.

We Agree To...

We will provide you with:

  • an Information Provider account 
  • disk space on our computers 
  • a URL (Internet address) 
  • one e-mail address 
  • a listing on one of our Community Information Menus 
  • online help (provided by the Hamilton CommunityNet) and limited technical assistance to get your site up and running 

You Agree To...

  • Keep the information on your site relevant and up-to-date. 
  • Designate a contact person who will assume responsibility for your site. 
  • Provide content which is neither defamatory nor illegal. Please consult our Acceptable Information Guidelines .
You Will Need...

  • Access to a computer with a modem and telecommunications software. 
  • The services of someone who is familiar with preparing information for posting on the World Wide Web and with transferring data files via modem. 
How to Join Us

For More Information Contact us!