Seeking change-makers who work in — or for – the non-profit sector, who want to share their experience creating impact in their communities.
Goal: Our goal is to inspire change in our communities through conversation. We bring in change-makers, who are passionate about making a difference in the non-profit sector together, to share insightful discussions and inspiring stories.
Interested in Thought Leadership on:
We are interested in exploring thought leadership on a variety of topics including but not limited to:
- strategic planning
- building effective teams
- non-profit governance
- storytelling in nonprofits
- highlighting Indigenous-Led Nonprofits and approaches to community building
- youth involvement in the non-profit space
- mental health for nonprofit leaders
- impact measurement
- diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility
- social innovation
- social impact in rural communities
- building resilience in the non-profit space
Ideal Contributors and Qualifications: We are seeking nonprofit leaders, impact-drivers and social entrepreneurs who 1) have a demonstrated commitment to creating positive change in their communities and 2) are excited to share their lived experience, inspiring stories, strategies, and insights with our audience.
Host Sector: We provide consulting and training to Canadian non-profit leaders and managers.
Host Audience: Nonprofit professionals
Past Contributors: Tonya Surman, CEO of the Centre for Social Innovation; Laura Manning, Executive Director at the Lyle S. Hallman Foundation (LSHF); Paulina Cameron, a Globe and Mail ’22 Changemaker and CEO of The Forum; Hannah Askew, Executive Director at Sierra Club BC; Selina Young, Director of the City of Toronto’s first Indigenous Affairs Office.
Past Topics: Strategy, change-management, social entrepreneurship, women- and youth-led organizations, integration of Indigenous perspectives, creating sustainable environmental impact, innovative approaches to social services.
Host Audience: 3K+ newsletter subscribers, comprised of non-profit leaders and managers, primarily in Canada
Date of opportunity: Ongoing