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Why charities need a home in government
Charities can now engage in political advocacy

A new era for charities’ advocacy & engagement

This is an exciting moment in our democracy.

John Beebe & Kallee Lins

Summit Toronto

At the Imagine Conference: charities working together towards excellence

Accountability is paramount to nonprofit leaders and good practice supports this, regardless of the size of the organization.

Sarah Pettersen

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Advice for fundraisers: be focused, learn to say no, and be yourself!

Melanie Riley has over 20 years’ experience working in fundraising and currently works as the Development Manager at YMCA of Southwestern Ontario.

 

Alex Pryse

Map of Canada

Our highlights reel: Senate report seeks reforms for charities

Senate studies are often well-funded and thorough.

Bill Schaper

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Design thinking for good: how charities can evolve by doing what they do best

The first realization most people have when exposed to design thinking is that it often has little to do with anything visual.

Stephen Baldwin

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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.

Brian Emmett

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