The Canadian CED Network (CCEDNet) is inviting applications for a Network Vibrancy Coordinator based out of our office in Toronto, Ontario. The Network Vibrancy Coordinator’s primary responsibilities will be to co-create and sustain the strategies and tools to animate, enliven, and support CCEDNet’s membership, while also supporting the work of the National Storytelling Coordinator and Director of Engagement.
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A Day of Diversity, Solidarity and Intergenerational Collaboration
8:00am to 4:00pm
The Learning Enrichment Foundation
116 Industry Street
This September we unite old allies and connect with new ones. We convene to connect, share, learn, collaborate and co-create a movement for sustainable social impact!
The 2019 SETSI Summit will bring together unlikely allies and the broader equity-seeking communities across the social economy landscape to build and unpack the intersectionality of our collective works and impact. Through dialogue and deliberation, we will strategize around the inclusion of the SPO’s (Social Purpose Organizations) and constituents who have traditionally been excluded from the sector. It will be a day of capacity building in which thought leaders will discuss; Self-Determination, Social Innovation, Social Finance, Social Economy, Cooperatives, RSCA’s (Rotating Savings and Credit Associations), Mutual Aid Societies, SJE’s (Social Justice Enterprises), B Corps, Community Owned Assets, Community Bonds, Social Impact Bonds, The Solidarity Economy and Collective Organizing.
The day will be full of networking and dynamic speakers.
Who can participate
The summit will benefit social purpose org leaders, community organizers, community economic development leaders, policy analysts, executive directors, board members, civic leaders and staff of non-profit organizations. The summit will also build the capacity of students, government staffers, consultants, trainers, philanthropists, and funders.
It’s time for deeper sector collaboration.
Ontario’s nonprofit sector is a positive force on the frontlines of community challenges and opportunities, providing on-the-ground solutions to improve the lives of Ontarians.
In a time of political and economic change, communities and the people we serve need us now, more than ever.
We can’t be modest about the profound impact nonprofits and charities have on communities, nor the roles we play in tackling important issues across Ontario.
ONN has worked with the sector to create more retirement security for the province’s nonprofit labour force. We have seen inspiring sector advocacy to protect Ontario’s greenbelt and the environment, to create a national housing strategy, and to protect Canadians’ free speech and remove limits on political activities by charities.
We are seeing grassroots organizing and activism on climate change, anti-racism, health, education, labour reforms, and more. How can we connect to these movements and strengthen the collective public policy work we do?
Let’s take this momentum to the next level.
Join us November 27- 28 for Nonprofit Driven 2019.
Advancing skills for stronger organizations – Enhance skills and knowledge to improve organizational effectiveness and impact for both emerging and established leaders.
Influencing public policy for stronger communities – Learn about, discuss, rethink, and reimagine the big issues in the sector today to arrive at strategies for how to shape public policy, set the agenda for change, and work together for our sector and our communities.
Who should attend?
- Established and emerging nonprofit leaders, policymakers and activists
- Staff teams, board members and other key volunteers
Why seek only financial gain, when smart investments can do so much more? Smart investments can tackle social problems, unlock new clean technologies and open the door to an economy with impact.
The Social Finance Forum is Canada’s leading event for those who believe profits can be paired with purpose.
Now in its 12th year, the Forum attracts more than 500 investors, entrepreneurs, finance professionals, charity leaders and public service visionaries who are reshaping markets and ensuring that every dollar makes a difference.
Four streams, each featuring high-profile thought leaders, disruptive entrepreneurs and groundbreaking ideas.
SOCIAL FINANCE AT THE GRASSROOTS
Explore how social finance connects to people and empowers communities through bottom-up and place-based models.
FINDING THE RIGHT TRANSACTION
Impact investing is a rapidly growing market – opportunities are plentiful, but the rules are complex. Join us to learn how you can get involved. Investors will be empowered with knowledge and insights to navigate this expanding field.
Learn about the latest innovations in measurement and valuation for risk-return-impact. You’ll come away with tools, case studies and lessons for quantifying the good being created.
TECH FOR GOOD
Discover the entrepreneurs and technologies that are accelerating our progress toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Canada and abroad.
12 Month Maternity Leave Position
The Lake of the Woods Business Incentive Corporation is seeking an energetic individual to fill a Business Development and Lending Officer maternity leave position.
LOWBIC is a not-for-profit corporation governed by a Board of Directors servicing the Kenora Area. The Business Development and Lending Officer is responsible for all aspects of the investment fund portfolio including growth, collections, business counselling and assessing feasibility of client business ideas/proposals/plans.