Bringing together diverse perspectives about social good.
In 2020, the global movement for racial justice was the catalyst for Imagine Canada to take a look at our own internal and external practices and embark on an anti-racism organizational change process.
Imagine Canada staff
Letter of intent, letter of inquiry, letter of interest…these are just a few of the many different terms you might encounter when you’re preparing your grant applications.
Nicole Mitchell (Former Staff)
Budget 2021 was a remarkable one for many reasons, not least of all because it was delivered by Canada’s first female finance minister after a year marked by health, economic and social crisis.
Trying to spark change and advance policy priorities, even in a small way, is a challenging task for any nonprofit organization.
Jack Showers (Guest Author)
The period since the global pandemic was declared in March 2020 has been tumultuous and challenging in innumerable ways, and the nonprofit sector has not been spared.
Having accurate and up-to-date evidence is key to informed decision-making. Unfortunately, the nonprofit sector has been experiencing a data deficit for some time now.
As the world around us evolves, we must make sure we are changing in tandem to effectively bring about the changes we would like to see in it.
Junaid Habibi (Guest Author)