In response to a ruling that struck restriction of ‘political activities’ by charities, the Federal government made an important distinction between a legal and policy position.
A few relevant items for nonprofits on the City Council agenda today in Calgary; here are the highlights!
Arts and nonprofit organizations impacted by the June 2013 floods are eligible for additional funding to assist in their rebuilding efforts. The funding will not only assist with reconstruction and renovation projects, but will also help address the increased demand and pressure put on critical programming as a result of the floods.
Charities and nonprofits are often the vanguard when it comes to finding creative solutions to social problems. Now in its third year, the Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations (CCVO) Calgary Nonprofit Innovation Awards celebrate this creative spirit and showcase local innovation in action.
The 2013 Annual Report is out! This reflection on our last fiscal year includes highlights of our recently published resources, our on-going research projects, the 2nd annual Connections Conference and updates on our communications strategies and the debut of Reach Hire, as well as our year-end financials.
Twenty-two dynamic Albertans have been appointed to a renewed Premier’s Council on Culture in an effort to make Alberta’s cultural sector one of the best in the world.
CCVO is pleased to learn that United Way of Calgary and Area has considered the recommendations outlined in Workforce Connect's Loud & Clear report (2012) to develop a one-time funding opportunity for currently funded agencies.
CCVO’s first position paper that identifies connections between social and economic development, and the value of partnerships between public, private and voluntary sectors to maintain a high quality of life. Published September 2005.