Relevant Links & Resources
Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations
Canadian Federation of Voluntary Sector Networks
Community Foundations of Canada
Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia
Community Sector Council Newfoundland & Labrador
Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations
Manitoba Federation of Non-Profit Organizations
Ontario Nonprofit Network
Pillar Nonprofit Network
Saskatchewan Index of Wellbeing
Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Studies Network
VolunteerConnector. This is a new-to-Saskatchewan free online volunteer recruitment platform, allowing nonprofits to post unlimited volunteer opportunities anywhere in Saskatchewan!
Catalyst for Change: A Roadmap to a Stronger Charitable Sector. The Special Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector held extensive consultations with charities, non-profit, and volunteer groups to learn how Canada could better support their important work. The report details the strategies, recommendations and regulatory reforms needed to maximize the impact of this sector in communities in Canada and around the world.
Value of Volunteering Wheel. This illustrates the benefits of volunteering to building confidence, competence, connections, and community and serves as a portal to research that examines the social and economic value to organizations, neighbourhoods, businesses, society and volunteers.
Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement. Volunteer Canada created the CCVI to support organizations that engage volunteers. The CCVI is a guide for involving volunteers in all levels of an organization.
Ontario Nonprofit Network Recent Publications. The ONN has collection of publications on Decent Work, Evaluation, Leadership Competencies, Shared Platforms and more!
Mowat NFP’s Intergenerational Leadership series. This series is published as a collaboration between The Philanthropist and Connect the Sector.
Young People and Nonprofit Work. The future of the charitable work force in Canada can be seen in how charities and nonprofits hire, engage and retain young early-career workers. Through a series of interviews with young workers, Imagine Canada gained insights into the experiences, aspirations and challenges these individuals face as they explore a career in the charitable sector.