Hilary Pearson, President of PFC, writes periodically about what’s happening in Canadian philanthropy. Visit the blog and get caught up.
January 16, 2018
Canadian Philanthropy: The Year Ahead
December 11, 2017
Where Next with Listening?
November 15, 2017
Listen. Learn. Act: Further Reflections on Philanthropic Practice
Upcoming Events Calendar
PFC 2018 Conference
Toronto – October 16th to 18th, 2018
Connect. Create. Change.
PFC In Action
NEW RESOURCE: Snapshot of Foundation Giving in 2015
RESOURCE: Impact Investing Guidebook
RESOURCE: A Portrait of Canadian Foundation Philanthropy
PUBLICATION: Grantmakers and Governments: The Possibilities of Partnership
What’s Happening in Philanthropy
This study focuses on The Collective Impact Project (CIP) is a collaborative philanthropic initiative that describes itself as an accelerator of community change in Montreal.
A special supplement in the Stanford Social Innovation Review highlights innovative social programs, collaborations, and movements underway among Canada’s diverse communities.
As the world changes, how can infrastructure organizations help organized philanthropy navigate and keep pace with that change?
This new report from The Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) focuses on the crucial relationship between funders and their grantees and provides answers to the age-old questions: What constitutes a strong funder-grantee relationship?
This new report from the Ford Foundation in the U.S. documents how foundations around the world are experimenting with new approaches to philanthropy that engage people from outside their institutions.
The hub has been generating much interesting evidence and thinking this year about key pillars of non-profit regulation and practice.