Giving Guide

Never underestimate the value of social media and your online voice
While protecting residents from the virus is the top priority, foundations serving the elderly must also help seniors remain in touch with loved ones
While many of us hunkered when the coronavirus pandemic struck in March, the number of people in Ottawa wanting to donate their time and energy to worthwhile causes actually went up.
Openness to starting conversations is the first step for philanthropic leaders to become more effective in delivering their work in meaningful ways
Corporate philanthropy programs allow businesses to make a difference in their community while gaining brand visibility
Asking for money doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Here are several strategies to engage boards in a collective effort
The 2019 edition of the Giving Guide asks why does a demographic shift matter for charitable engagement?
Organizations and charities are looking to the skills and standards of the private sector to respond to an increasing need for accountability and business acumen in the nonprofit sector.
With its recent purchase of a downtown office building, local nonprofit Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is tapping into a new – albeit unconventional – source of revenue.
New research shows that donations made by individuals in the National Capital Region to charitable and nonprofit organizations are on the decline, creating opportunities for fresh partner