Prue Morton embodied the belief that social change can be brought about by committed individuals working together. She became involved in the Lakehead Social Planning Council in the 1980's and remained an active LSPC supporter for the rest of her life. She served a term as President, chaired major committees, and helped with day to day operations and fundraising events. Her concern for community building extended to countless other organizations such as the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, Ontario March of Dimes, Canadian Red Cross and the Patients Rights Association.
The Nonprofit Library is the largest online resource centre for people who work in Canada's charities and nonprofits.
Operated by Imagine Canada, they provide recommended resource lists and a searchable database to the John Hodgson Library collection, the most comprehensive collection of Canadian research and practical resources in the following areas: Governance & Accountability, Philanthropy & Fundraising, Organizational Management, Human Resources and Volunteerism.