The people of London want to see their city grow. So do we. The best way for this to happen is through economic prosperity.
The Collaboration Coach platform is designed to help your not-for-profit organization avoid common pitfalls, use successful strategies and make informed decisions about your collaborative initiatives and opportunities. More than a tool kit, Collaboration Coach aims to be a virtual coach. We invite you to spend some time exploring the various points of entry which guide you to reflective questions, tools and stories. You may be surprised where Collaboration Coach takes you!
The Centre for Social Impact believes we need effective models of collaboration to develop innovative solutions to the biggest social challenges today. But not all problems require systemic change and there are different ways of working with others to find solutions to these problems. The Travel Companion is here to help you understand whether and how you can work with others for social outcomes.
We believe that businesses are key economic and social contributors in London and connecting nonprofit organizations to the business community is our priority.
3ci Director Tessa Hebb and Research Associate Roopal Thaker have just released a detailed report on how not-for-profit organizations view their partnerships with business. Drawing on extensive interviews with not-for-profit organizations, this report was commissioned by ESDC, Government of Canada and explores both the challenges and opportunities these partnerships offer.
Pillar shares Final Evaluation Report for the 3-Year Collaborating for Community Impact Program.
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.