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New Study: Ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the charitable sector
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What does the federal budget tell us about Canada’s social deficit?

The federal budget 2019 and Imagine Canada’s work on the social deficit have important features in common.

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Donor Advised Funds: What Fundraisers Should Know

Do you know how they work and where they fit into your fundraising plan?

Devon Hurvid

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Top blog posts from Imagine Canada in 2018

Blog | Round up of 2018's top posts from the Imagine Canada blog

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How to Redefine "Innovation" and Transform Your Charity's Work

Blog | For nonprofits that are struggling to keep their programs funded, developing a culture that supports innovation seems completely unrealistic. But it doesn’t have to be.

Devon Hurvid

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Because You Fund Me… 5 Celebrity Funders You Can Find With Grant Connect

Which celebrity foundation could be the funder of your next grant application? Search Grant Connect, our funder database, to find grant opportunities open to you.

What is P2D2A?

Can I Engage In Political Advocacy? 3 Things Charities Need To Know

If you hear people referring to P2D2A, it’s not the latest Star Wars droid, but shorthand for your public policy activities. Here's everything you need to know.

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