Over the last few decades, the nonprofit sector has undergone a transformation in how outcomes and success are viewed and measured. Today, more than ever before, donors require more information and boards expect tangible results in a nonprofit’s annual reports....
It’s that time of year again: spring cleaning season. As many young professionals (YPs) are revamping their wardrobes, changing up home décor, and cleaning out garages, a variety of national and local charities are standing by ready and willing to take our old stuff off our hands
It’s so easy to join the hordes wandering in and out of designer boutiques, shopping malls and along Robson Street these days – we get it, we’ve done enough damage to our credit card to prove it too. However, why not dial the store spending back a bit and put gifting funds to good use by supporting one of Vancouver’s many amazing charities this Christmas?
We young people are doing a lot of good. So much good, in fact, that some of our country’s cities have become almost over-saturated with young professional-run and operated charitable initiatives and causes. Although most YPs, of course, want to support their peers and important causes, most of us would go broke of we committed to every charity event invite that lands in our inbox. Enter the ChangeUp Campaign
We caught up with Montreal’s Paws 4 A Cause co-chairs Justin Heitner and Nathaniel Devine to find out more about this wonderful young professional-run group that brings public awareness and fundraising for the Montreal SPCA and other animal welfare organizations; we also got the 411 on their upcoming Friday night soiree, a definite must-attend
On Friday, February 8th, beloved YP event motionball transforms Muzik in Toronto into an icy winter wonderland as it kicks off the 2013 charity ball season in glammed-out, black tie optional style. motionball 2013, Winter Wonderland presented by Air Miles, will surely draw the city’s finest, most stylish young professionals and charity circuit regulars to this must-attend event
Our generation of driven young professionals tends to embrace the ideas and efforts of charity and is pro-active in the philanthropic realm. Most influential young people in cities across the country are involved in charity to some capacity, whether they have started their own organizations and events or otherwise donate time, resources or physical endurance to a cause. Here are our top 5 Canadian charities that are founded and run by young people
Over 1000 of Toronto's next generation of charity supporters will come out to the motionball Gala on February 3, 2012, to support a great cause at The Carlu. Find out what makes motionball such an inspirational initiative and how it benefits the Special Olympics Canada Foundation