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FREE WEBINAR: The Changing Face of Canadian Donors

Join us and Imagine Canada for a free webinar on July 23! In the wake of COVID-19, charities, foundations, and nonprofit organizations have been spending a lot of time re-analyzing their existing and potential donor bases, developing plans to cultivate … Continue reading

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We Have Legal Resources for You!

Helping non-profits and artists understand the law. PLEO and Law for Non Profits, a PLEO initiative offer initiatives to help you navigate areas such as COVID-19, the Societies Act, Charities Compliance, and more. To get you started, here are a … Continue reading

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Webinar: Digital Strategy for the Arts

On July 8, Business / Arts is pleased to host Nordicity for a strategic look at how the arts can transform for a digital world Presented by Nordicity’s Peter Lyman, senior partner, Toronto along with members of the Nordicity team in … Continue reading

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FREE WEBINAR: Is your organization ready for social finance?

Is social finance right for you? Find out at our free webinar on June 25! There is growing interest in social finance from government policymakers who see it as a tool for scaling innovative solutions to complex social and environmental … Continue reading

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Culture Days Announces Webinar with Get Creative Festival: what did they learn from shifting online?

Save the date: July 8th we’re talking with the UK’s Get Creative Festival For organizations that thrive on bringing people together to participate and share live arts and culture experiences in-person, COVID-19 has certainly disrupted the normal spring/summer 2020 events calendars … Continue reading

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The Art of Board Governance in the time of COVID-19

Join Business / Arts & The Johnston Centre for Corporate Governance Innovation for a presentation on The Art of Board Governance in the Time of COVID-19 Under normal circumstances, good governance can be elusive, requiring a delicate balance of operational … Continue reading

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Heritage BC: Racism: Writing a New Chapter

Exactly three months ago, we asked the sector to reflect on the meaning of heritage. With the ongoing threat of prejudice and racism, we wrote, heritage “is about what matters, and it is about the stories that connects us. Ultimately, … Continue reading

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FREE WEBINAR: Email and online fundraising in COVID-19

Online Fundraising in Canada Get the latest fundraising data at a free webinar on Thursday, June 18! Using real-time email tracking data from 72+ Canadian charities and the newly developed Online Giving Index from CanadaHelps, Brady Josephson from the NextAfter … Continue reading

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Free professional development this summer

Brush up on your skills at one of our free webinars this summer! At CharityVillage, school is definitely NOT out for summer! We’re continuing our free webinar series with some exciting sessions for nonprofit professionals over the coming months. Canadian … Continue reading

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Heritage BC: NEW reopening protocol announced • BC’s Black Heritage

What you will find in this edition: Knowing the Past Opens the Door to the Future: a survey of resources about BC and Canada’s Black history (link) NEW: BCMA releases reopening protocol for museums and heritage sites Two free webinars, including … Continue reading

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Online Workshop: Tracking Volunteers in QuickBooks

Are you tracking your volunteers’ contact information somewhere? What about the hours they worked? What they did? All of this information can be easily tracked right in your QuickBooks software. To help you with this process, we are very excited … Continue reading

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What’s New – Our Trust Monthly

More Support for Evolving Needs of Businesses Businesses, social enterprises and the workforce in the Columbia Basin now have access to even more support to help them in these challenging times. In response to ongoing COVID-19-related developments—including the re-opening of … Continue reading

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Heritage BC: Free Webinars • Heritage Awards • Reopening Resources

What you will find in this edition: Four free webinars, including two this week (link) BC Heritage Awards (link) Recovery, Tourism and a Special Offer: join a new marketing initiative (link) Falling through the funding gaps? Help us make the case … Continue reading

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Webinar: Organizational Responses to COVID 19

How can non profits and charities prepare for and respond in the face of this pandemic? Scale Collaborative and theDock hosted a webinar for senior leadership of non profits and community organizations. Kimberly Nemrava, walked through the best practices, considerations … Continue reading

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Your June Newsletter, from Vantage Point

Dear Community Leader, I would like to send my condolences and support to anyone reading this and struggling with current events – especially those experiencing racism first-hand. Racism in Canada may have some differences in how it shows up compared … Continue reading

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What will it take for people to return to the arts?

Join Business / Arts, the National Arts Centre and Nanos Research to hear how and when Canadians are comfortable returning to the arts On Thursday, June 4, join us for a conversation with Nik Nanos, Chief Data Scientist and Founder … Continue reading

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PLEO WEDNESDAY WEBINARS, JUNE 3 & 10

Helping non-profits and artists understand the law. EVERYTHING YOU’VE WANTED TO ASK A LAWYER, BUT WERE AFRAID TO June 3, 12–1PM A Q&A with Artists’ Legal Outreach Director Martha Rans Artists and cultural workers are currently facing many uncertainties as … Continue reading

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Heritage BC: Recovery, Tourism and a Special Offer

Recovery, Tourism and a Special Offer The Perfect Time for Action As BC looks forward to loosening restrictions, a renewed emphasis will be placed on local tourism. Highlighting local and community activities, Destination BC is launching a major new marketing … Continue reading

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Startup your Week

Join us for the first EVER CANIE Awards Join Canadian entrepreneurs and innovators during this year’s digital CANIE Awards as we recognize the incredible resilience of Canada’s ecosystem. One of the benefits of the Awards going digital this year is that … Continue reading

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TechSoup Canada: Lend a virtual hand

In this month’s By the Cup, we continue to share COVID-19 resources and explore the fascinating world of online volunteering. How to Save Your Nonprofit From the Financial Downturn The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic is hitting nonprofits hard. In this … Continue reading

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