A monthly series of 5 different workshops on charity and nonprofit law from Pro Bono Law and CCVO
Alberta nonprofits and charities by the numbers, plus cross-cutting sector issues and 7 questions for AB party leaders.
A multi-stage research project including a literature review and surveys of hundreds of existing and emerging leaders in Alberta’s nonprofit sector.
- Alberta Budget 2015 – A measured approach to a ‘radical’ budget
- Introducing “Further” : A special edition magazine about Calgary’s nonprofit sector
- 2015 Alberta Nonprofit Survey
- Request for Proposals: Data Visualization Developer
- CCVO launches Emergency Preparedness Initiative to help Calgary’s Nonprofits
As a small charity, it is often difficult to be heard when policy issues or other concerns are raised in the sector. By being part of a larger group we have found support through the network of organizations associated with CCVO.Cassandra Dam, CAPES General Manager
CCVO and its commitment to community is a vital tool and resource to help ensure the sector’s needs and vision are addressed not only in our city, but provincially and nationally.Accessible Housing Society
Research as an activity is, unfortunately, far too often assigned a low priority amidst the many urgent challenges facing the non-profit sector. It heartens me, therefore, to see research so explicitly articulated in your strategic priorities.Nilima Sonpal-Valias, Director of Research, The Vocational and Rehabilitation Research Institute