Simon Sinek discusses the principal behind every successful person and business. A simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?"
Presentation materials from the January 14, 2015 Community Conversation: Story of the Nonprofit Sector with Stephen Faul, Vice President, Strategic Communications and Business Development from Imagine Canada.
A Charity Was Here (videos you can share to help tell the story of the nonprofit sector)
To build excellence within Canada’s charities and nonprofits through common standards of practice and to strengthen confidence in the sector.
The goal of the Standards Program is to help Canadian charities and nonprofits improve their practices in five foundational areas: board governance, financial accountability & transparency, fundraising, staff management, and volunteer involvement.
Ontario’s Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (ONCA) provides a modern, legal framework for not-for-profit corporations, including charitable corporations.
It sets out how not-for-profit corporations in Ontario are created, governed and dissolved.
Incorporated as a nonprofit from 2005 to 2013, the HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector (HR Council) took action on nonprofit labour force issues. As a catalyst, the HR Council sparked awareness and action on labour force issues. As a convenor, it brought together people, information and ideas in the spirit of collaborative action. As a research instigator it built knowledge and improved the sectors understanding of the nonprofit labour force.
London Community Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to improving communities across London and Middlesex County. We do this by pooling the charitable gifts of donors to create endowment funds and using the investment income to make grants. London Community Foundation also provides leadership — monitoring this area's quality of life and convening people, ideas, and resources to help build stronger and more resilient communities.
Imagine Canada is working in partnership with others to start a New Narrative – a conversation with Canadians about our sector – who we are, what we do and how we are making a difference. While our organizations are trusted and generously supported, we know we can do a better job explaining our role and contributions.
Ontario Volunteer Sector Network is the voice for Volunteer Centres and volunteerism in Ontario. Change makers and leaders in support of capacity building and sustainable community engagement for the non-profit / volunteer sector in Ontario!
ChangeTheWorld: Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge is entering its seventh year and is now a six-week campaign with one goal: get high school students to volunteer in their community.
Organized in 2007, the Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN) is the convening network for the approximately 55,000 nonprofit organizations across Ontario. As a 7,000-strong provincial network, with a volunteer base of 300 sector leaders, ONN brings the diverse voices of the sector to government, funders and the business sector to create and influence systemic change. ONN activates its volunteer base and the network to develop and analyze policy, and work on strategic issues through its working groups, engagement of nonprofits and charities and government.