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Trust & Impact: Funders' Perspectives on Unrestricted Funding

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Trust & Impact: Funders' Perspectives on Unrestricted Funding

Many foundations and corporate funders across Canada have adapted their funding models during the pandemic to be more responsive, equitable, relevant, and effective. What are the lessons they’ve learned? Will this emerging trend lead to long-term permanent changes in grantmaking models? Our new report on the state of unrestricted funding in Canada explores why and how more funders are evolving their practices and funding models and offers insights into the rise of trust-based philanthropy.

Discover the perspectives of the community foundations, private foundations and corporate funders interviewed for this study by downloading the report today.

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