Skip to main content

360 Blogs page

alt

Bringing together diverse perspectives about social good.

Language
Subscribe to receive Imagine Canada news and other information. Unsubscribe at any time through the link in your email folder.
Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL): What your organization needs to know
Photo of two coffees on a table

Q&A: Are elections a fundraising opportunity?

With October fast approaching, we sat down with Bill Schaper, Imagine Canada’s director of public policy, about how the upcoming election could affect fundraisers in the nonprofit sector.

Charities can now engage in political advocacy

A new era for charities’ advocacy & engagement

This is an exciting moment in our democracy. October 2019 marks the first federal election since changes to the Income Tax Act removed the restrictions that charities have long faced in advocating for public policies that support their causes.

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

Work desk with coffee, laptop and notebook

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.

Lightbulb

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

Subscribe to 360°
Stay up-to-date about the latest news, events and opinions across the sector.
Unsubscribe at any time through the link in our email footer.
Imagine Canada | 65 St Clair Avenue East, Suite 700, Toronto, ON M4T 2Y3
info@imaginecanada.ca
First and Last name
Language
No junk mail sticker on red door
Related blog post

Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL): What your organization needs to know

The federal government’s anti-spam law, known as Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect on July 1, 2014. CASL is a spam-fighting Act that regulates the types of electronic messaging that can be sent (and under what circumstances) from people, businesses, and organizations.

Sam Lego (Guest Author)

Write for 360°
We’re always looking for guest writers to feature on our blog.
Find out about writing for 360°

NATIONAL PARTNERS