Nutrien Children’s Festival of Saskatchewan

The Nutrien Children’s Festival of Saskatchewan is recognized as an important event in the cultural landscape of Saskatchewan.  We cultivate a passion for learning, curiosity, and exploration in children through diversified and multi-cultural programming.  Our programming is progressive: it evolves to reflect our community, it enhances children’s educational experiences, and most importantly, it encourages children […]

Democratization & Decarbonization: Imagining a New Kind of Economy

Join Ted Howard, author of “The Making of a Democratic Economy,” for a talk on the role we can play to help transform our economy. Ted Howard is the Co-founder and President of the Democracy Collaborative and served as the Minter Senior Fellow for Social Justice with the Cleveland Foundation from 2010 to 2014. Howard […]

Looking toward the future: Building on the legacy from Canada 150

How will Canada's nonprofit philanthropic community build on the momentum of Canada 150 to continue to strengthen the sector?

Are you a strategic or a sporadic philanthropist?

Ready to become a strategic philanthropist? Here are a few things to consider.

How Canada’s philanthropic sector is engaged in Reconciliation

How are Canada's philanthropic and community foundations furthering the work of Reconciliation?

The next generation of philanthropists: Foundations find value in youth engagement

Two foundations are working hard to engage the next generation of philanthropists.

Getting into the Spirit of Giving with GivingTuesday

Highlights from the CharityVillage team’s involvement with the first annual GivingTuesday event.

A gradual impact: Inspiring tomorrow’s leaders through higher education

Carleton University is launching a new Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership degree and graduate diploma in the summer of 2013.