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Sector 360° Survey Deadline: Taking the Pulse of Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector
Sector 360° Survey Deadline: Taking the Pulse of Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector @ Online
Jul 12 all-day
One year since the 2018 provincial election, the Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN) is interested in exploring how the sector is faring with its funding and programs. The objective of the survey is to gather information on how recent decisions made by the Ontario government are directly and indirectly impacting nonprofits across Ontario. The ONN intends to gather perspectives to identify nonprofits’ current capacity to meet organizational needs and community demands, how nonprofits will address its operations if they have experienced funding changes, and to solicit ideas on how the sector can be supported. Click here to complete the survey Who this survey is for: This survey is open to nonprofits, charities and nonprofit co-operatives with a mission to serve a public benefit, including grassroots groups in Ontario. The survey should be completed by a representative (e.g. executive director or management staff) who can speak to your organization’s overall finances and programming. Only one person from your organization should fill out the survey. What you need for the survey: Before you begin, you will need your current annual budget and most recent (audited) financial statements to help you fill out parts of the survey. Why this survey matters for the sector: This is your organization’s opportunity to contribute to the evidence base for policy advocacy. The ONN wants to know how your organization is doing and what that means for the community you serve. The survey should take approximately 10-20 minutes. The findings from this survey will build an evidence base...
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Demystifying Food Politics: News from the Hill on Poverty and Food Policy 1:00 pm
Demystifying Food Politics: News from the Hill on Poverty and Food Policy @ Online
Jul 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
With the launch of A Food Policy for Canada and a federal election on the horizon, there’s no better time to look back on what’s been done to advance policy around poverty reduction and food, and look forward to what may come next. Join Community Food Centres Canada and policy experts from Maytree, the Heart & Stroke Foundation, and Food Secure Canada to navigate three key policies currently in play: the Poverty Reduction Strategy, the Healthy Eating Strategy, and A Food Policy for Canada. Find out what these policies entail, what their impact could be, and what the next government should do to build on these actions. Panelists will also delve into what you can do to keep food security on the federal agenda over the next four years. Panelists: Hannah Aldridge (Policy Analyst, Maytree) Manuel Arango, MA, MHA (Director, Policy, Advocacy & Engagement, Heart and Stroke Foundation) Jennifer Reynolds (Institutional Food Program Manager, Food Secure Canada) Sasha McNicoll (Policy Manager, Community Food Centres Canada)
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