Peer Learning Initiatives Youth Allyship Affinity Group The Youth Allyship Affinity Group is a peer-driven group of foundations who are interested in supporting youth across Canada through their granting and other work as sector leaders. Through Ashoka Canada’s ‘Foundation Academy for Collaboration on Youth Allyship,’ foundation leaders are brought together with experts in systems change and Ashoka Fellows to actively working on relevant solutions. Programs & Initiatives Funder affinity groups Youth Allyship Affinity Group From the Resource Centre Related Documents Collaboration and Non-Solicitation Policy Approved by the PFC Board of Directors, February 7, 2018 2023 Contribution Table This document represents the proposed PFC Membership contributions for 2023 Partners in Reciprocity The Circle on Philanthropy’s year long fellowship program called “Partners in Reciprocity” (PiR) – a thoughtfully designed peer learning program dedicated to supporting philanthropic teams in a […] The Feast House: A platform for Indigenous abundance A place to be in and among Indigenous power, strength, responsibility and generosity, the Feast House is hosted by The Circle on Philanthropy. It’s fast and […] Foundation for Black Communities FFBC is Canada’s first-ever philanthropic foundation dedicated to investing in Black communities. FFBC was created for, and driven by, Black communities in Canada; it exists […] Announcing Six Projects Selected to Improve Economic Opportunity for Immigrants in the Peel Region Become a Member Join a growing network of grantmakers Apply to become a PFC member in 3 easy steps and unlock the collective strength of philanthropy.