Calgary and area’s nonprofit sector, comprised of over 5,000 charities and nonprofits, is clearly an active, committed and significant force in shaping our daily lives. When these organizations and their supporters come together as members in an organization committed to strengthening, supporting and raising awareness of their contributions and challenges, the community as a whole benefits.
We strongly recommend that organizations become members so that they can receive regular reporting on issues that affect the entire nonprofit sector. CCVO is much better positioned to do this kind of work so that the whole nonprofit sector can benefit. CCVO is the voice of nonprofit Calgary. CCVO Member Survey 2015
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Join CCVO and support the activities we carry out that support your work: research, raising awareness, developing resources and programs, building relationships with government and business and increasing connections between organizations.
- E-Bulletin subscription
- Member Directory listing
- Event and conference registration discounts
- Access to CCVO publications (online and in print)
- Invitation to member-only networking events
- Access to Grant Connect (see below)
- Access to Harvard ManageMentor (see below)
- Promotion via our social media networks
- Reach Hire job posting discounts
- Invitation to policy and research events
- Vote at the CCVO Annual General Meeting
GrantConnect is a fully searchable database of funding opportunities for Canadian nonprofits; it contains information about thousands of funders, including Canadian grantmaking foundations, corporate community investment programs, government funding programs and American foundations that fund Canadian charities. CCVO offers free onsite access to Grant Connect to our members via a site licensing agreement with Imagine Canada (owner of Grant Connect). Contact us to book an appointment as a CCVO member.
The IMPACT Report is a weekly publication providing news and analysis about government and politics in Alberta. In addition to contextualizing government decisions, this newsletter offers news about cabinet decisions, policy announcements, legislation, and regulatory changes; new appointments to agencies, boards, and commissions; staff movement in senior ranks of government; key contact lists; and timely analysis of key events such as Cabinet shuffles, Throne Speeches, and Budget announcements. Contact us for more information on the annual subscription discount for CCVO members.
Harvard ManageMentor (affiliated with the Harvard School of Business) is an online, self-directed learning solution available to Alberta nonprofits and charities designed to help managers and leaders gain skills or get help fast on a specific topic and to share what they know. Its 44 modules cover a wide range of management topics and include video insights, cases, real-world practice, tools, assessments and more. Participants will gain knowledge and develop skills that can be applied to immediate work situations which will help to strengthen specific leadership skills that drive performance and results. Contact us for more information on current pricing for CCVO members.