Smart & Caring Communities: Guide for starting a community…
A guide for starting a community foundation or a community fund, using British Columbia as an example.
Whether you are a seasoned staff member or a new board member, our Learning Institute offers ongoing educational experiences and learning resources tailored to your – and your community foundation’s – needs.
We help leaders in the community philanthropy sector to identify important trends, seize emerging opportunities, strategically address risks, capitalize on new technologies, and more. We provide useful and timely research, practical tools and tips, and experiential learning opportunities designed to help you and your community foundation work better and achieve more.
The Data Hub is a centralized information centre that aims to help CFC and its network make more timely and informed decisions in the years and decades to come. The Data Hub will unlock the power to connect information across sources and draw strategic insights to support the development and growth of Canadian community foundations. Access to the Data Hub is available to Canadian community foundations and their staff. To access it, please contact Cindy Lindsay at email@example.comFIND OUT MORE
In 2018, CFC and Foundant launched a two-year collaboration aimed at developing the Learning Institute and building capacity within the sector. With Foundant’s suppport, we are able to provide a host of online, in-person and experiential learning opportunities for community foundation board and staff. Together, we are exploring the different ways we can better leverage data and technology to enhance our ability to respond to complex challenges and the future of philanthropy.