From community development to environmental causes, Partnerships for Change celebrates the Canadian communities and organizations that are joining together for direct action and sustainable change.
Donors and foundations are seeking new ways to increase the impact their funds have on social and environmental issues, leading to integrated solutions.
Glennon Doyle, author and founder of charitable organization Together Rising, shares her insights on what it takes to make a meaningful difference.
Volunteer Canada’s recent research on the impacts of COVID-19 shows what non-profits need — both in terms of funding, and in terms of volunteer power.
CTFC’s partnerships with Indigenous communities across Canada are building sustainable, self-sufficient food systems to end food insecurity for good.
Colin Lynch from Black Opportunity Fund shares his insights on how partnerships with organizations will make a meaningful difference for Black Canadians.
When need is high but many can’t contribute to charities, a clear purpose and track record of relieving food insecurity is what sets Food Banks Canada apart.
A strong recovery from COVID-19 will require more than a vaccine: it will demand measures that restore health to our society, our economy, and our planet.
Mary Robinson from the Responsible Investment Association discusses what it means to invest with purpose and why it’s not a one-size-fits-all approach.
Non-profits need help unlocking new funding to pay for the social programs they deliver as communities deal with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over five years, Shell’s Quest carbon capture and storage facility in Alberta captured the amount of CO2 equal to the annual emissions from about 1.25 million cars.
Venture for Canada is helping developing the entrepreneurial generation that Canada needs by providing crucial funding and mentorship to startups.