Community Connections and Jim's Journey of Self Discovery
The Case Study follows the success of five consultants based out of Innovation Works who came together under the auspices of Pillar Nonprofit Network to form the Pillar Design Collective in response to an RFP by a consortium of Big Brother Big Sisters agencies in Southwestern Ontario looking to undertake a Regionalization Study.
Andre Vashist has just returned from the Social Innovation Residency with an incredible amount of hope, as a recipient of incredible gifts of wisdom. His blog is a reflection of this journey so far, and his opporutnity to share these gifts with you. Read on for some inspiration and great resources on Social Innovation and stay tuned for Pillar’s Systems Thinking Exchange and Workshop coming soon.
The Ontario Impact Measurement Task Force cultivated an Action Plan for Ontario social enterprises that recommended there needs to be a common way to measure impact in Ontario—essential for the future of social entrepreneurship.
New project to expand the capacity of organizations to evaluate their programs and services and, as a result, increase their effectiveness and enhance their impact.
Pillar to lead a regional social enterprise partnership and launch a $2 million social enterprise investment fund, supported by the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Growth.
My experience at Solutions Lab was unique to say the least. I walked into it not entirely sure what to expect, but what I found was nothing short of amazing.
On May 31 and June 1, more than 90 individuals attended London's first Solutions Lab.
Pillar Nonprofit Network is committed to bringing people and organizations together. To help us accomplish these goals, Pillar is excited to announce that for the second year in a row Corporate Training Solutions – Fanshawe and Western Continuing Studies are our 2016 Professional Development Sponsors.