Kensey Jones’ Grade 2 class learns about writing while finding homes for animals!
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Resource Alert! Starting a Social Enterprise in Canada
Resources for those looking to start a social enterprise in Canada
Resource Alert! Firstport, Scotland
Firstport offers support to social enterprises in Scotland in the form of funding, education, incubators, and coaching/small group discussions.
Social Enterprise Profile: The Good Lobby
The Good Lobby helps businesses develop a lobbying strategy to make positive social change a reality!
Social Enterprise Profile: DeafCan! Coffee
DeafCan! Coffee is changing the way people feel about Deaf people and what they can contribute to the world.
Resource Alert! Resource Alert!
We had some interesting news land in our inbox for organizations interested in hiring summer students, courtesy a website from the University of Waterloo. The Student Work Placement Program The Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) is federal Canadian program designed to give post-secondary students taking a course of study that includes co-op placements paid experienceContinue reading “Resource Alert! Resource Alert!”
Exciting Things Happening at the Community Innovation Hub!
So, it’s been a while since we published…but we’re going to be more consistent, because the next couple of months are full of excitement and we want you involved in it! We have been working hard at the Community Innovation Hub to improve upon the resources that we offer to communities of faith and secularContinue reading “Exciting Things Happening at the Community Innovation Hub!”
Survey Shows Resilience of Ontario Nonprofits During Pandemic
ONN/Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario report shows that Ontario’s nonprofits stayed resilient through pandemic and continue to do so.
The Diana Awards
Learn about three of this year’s Diana Award winners – extraordinary young people working to build a better world!
Bridging the Gap Through Dancing
Late in 2020, Peter Miller interviewed Sarah Robichaud for our Giveback Economy Podcast. Sarah is a dancer, choreographer, writer, tv star and founder of an organization called Dancing with Parkinson’s. Dancing with Parkinson’s (DWP) gives seniors with Parkinson’s disease a fun, safe environment in which they can connect with others through dance. The experience reducesContinue reading “Bridging the Gap Through Dancing”