Elizabeth Fry Society of Sudbury

The Elizabeth Fry Society, Sudbury is dedicated to addressing the needs of persons in conflict with the law, or at risk of becoming in conflict with the law, and in particular the circumstances of women and young women in the criminal justice system.


The Elizabeth Fry Society Sudbury Branch was established in 1972 by a group of concerned individuals from the Sudbury Community and is an autonomous community based non-profit charitable organization. Built on volunteers, volunteers continue to play an active role in all aspects of the organization.

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News & Events

Now Hiring: Youth Worker -One Year Contract

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY-YOUTH WORKER 1 Year Contract -30-35 hours/week (Maternity Leave) The Elizabeth Fry Society is hiring a Youth Worker for The Restorative Justice and Conflict Mediation Program. The Youth Worker provides peer mediation for youth aged 12-21 using a restorative justice approach within the school setting to address conflict/violence impacting the school community. This program […]

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Nightmare on Elm Street: 4th Annual Haunted House

***For One Night Only*** #SCAREIFYOUDARE With us in our over 100 year old haunted house. Admission is a minimum $5.00 donation in support of United Way Centraide North East Ontario/ Nord-est de l’Ontario Tickets are limited so get them fast! Tickets can be purchased in advance at 204 Elm Street or at the door on October 20th, […]

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