Community Foundations of Canada
Community Foundations of Canada is the national network for Canada’s 191 community foundations. Together we help Canadians invest in making our communities better places to live, work and play. More than 85% of Canadian communities have access to a community foundation – from our largest cities to our smallest towns. Collectively we hold combined assets of more than $4.6 billion and we’ve put hundreds of millions back into communities over our 94-year history.
Powered by Match International Women’s Fund
The Equality Fund is an unprecedented collaboration that will combine international feminist grant-making with an innovative investment arm, delivering new momentum for women’s movements and supporting the advancement of gender equality globally. A bold philanthropic strategy will be leveraged to mobilize unparalleled Canadian and international resources.
Child Care Now
Child Care Now is dedicated to promoting a publicly funded, inclusive, quality, non-profit child care system. The organization is non-profit, membership-based and regionally representative.
Evidence for Democracy
Evidence for Democracy (E4D) is the leading fact-driven, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization promoting the transparent use of evidence in government decision-making in Canada.
Through research, education and issue campaigns, they engage and empower the science community while cultivating public and political demand for evidence-based decision-making.
The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada is an open network to promote giving, sharing, and philanthropy in Aboriginal communities across the country. We connect with and support the empowerment of First Nations, Inuit and Métis nations, communities, and individuals in building a stronger, healthier future.
4Rs Youth Movement
The 4Rs Youth Movement is a youth-driven initiative that was launched to change the country by changing relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous young people. Through the networks and support of 14 founding national organizations, 4Rs is about engaging young people in critical cross-cultural dialogue that furthers reconciliation.
Imagine Canada exists to work alongside other charitable sector organizations — and often in partnership with the private sector, governments and individuals in the community — to ensure that charities continue to play a pivotal role in building, enriching and defining our nation.
WIEGO is a global network focused on securing livelihoods for the working poor, especially women, in the informal economy.
Youth Coalition is an international organization of young people (ages 18-29 years) committed to promoting adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive rights at the national, regional and international levels. We are students, researchers, lawyers, health care professionals, educators, development workers, and most importantly, we are all dedicated activists.
Founded in 1908, Alterna Savings has over 160,000 members, 35 branches in Ontario, and more than $9 billion in assets under management.
Alterna is proud of its long history of helping communities thrive. It shared its success in 2018 by donating more than $1 million to the community and, in partnership with employees, contributed 11,300 volunteer hours.
Its flagship Community Micro-Finance Program also helps underrepresented groups. Since its inception, the program has disbursed more than $5 million in impact loans and helped change the lives of more than 1,000 participants and their families.
Ecology Ottawa is the heartbeat of the environmental movement in our nation’s capital. With a network of over tens of thousands of people, Ecology Ottawa is a not-for-profit, grassroots and volunteer-driven organization that organizes in communities, engages citizens, and collaborates with partners They focus on creating a green, resilient, and inclusive city.
Their programs range from tree giveaways to pollinator gardens to advocating for electric school buses to citizen science tracking air quality in low-income neighbourhoods to pushing for local decision-makers to make environmentally progressive policies. Every dollar makes a big impact and goes far for their small but mighty grassroots organization.
CSED (Centre for Social Enterprise Development) is a co-curator of Impact Academy. CISED offers market research, technical assistance, coaching, and other services to non-profits exploring social enterprise and social entrepreneurs.
CKX is a platform for collective social change.
CKX seeks to spark FUNDAMENTAL SHIFTS in how individuals, institutions and communities build and share knowledge in the pursuit of social change.
CKX is both a catalyst and a curator of those FUNDAMENTAL SHIFTS.
Creative Mornings Ottawa
Creative Mornings Ottawa is the city’s foremost breakfast speaker series driving the creative economy. The HUB hosts four Creative Mornings each year and we’re proud to say that Creative Mornings Ottawa was kick-started by two Hubbers. In addition, our beautiful ceiling art installation was inspired from the inaugural event!
Invest Ottawa delivers collaborative economic development programs and initiatives that increase entrepreneurial momentum, wealth and jobs in the City of Ottawa and its surrounding region while marketing Ottawa’s diversified economy and high quality of life.
Invest Ottawa carries out economic development programs and initiatives in the areas of entrepreneurial mentorship, startup development, business incubation services, commercialization, targeted sector development, investment attraction, business retention, expansion, and global trade development.
Algonquin College is a publicly funded college in Ottawa. Algonquin’s organizational philosophy is defined by its mission, vision and core values —to transform hopes and dreams into lifelong success and to be a global leader in personalized, digitally connected, experiential learning. They offers bachelor’s degrees, diplomas, and college certificates in a range of disciplines and specialties. It has been ranked among the Top 50 Research Colleges in Canada.
Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G)
Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) is an Indigenous owned and youth-led, non-profit organization focused on cultural support and empowerment programs/policies for Indigenous youth while being led by traditional knowledge and Elder guidance.
Digital Public Square
Digital Public Square is a not-for-profit organization that aims to rethink and redesign the way technology is used to support communities worldwide. DPS finds ways for communities to engage in healthy debate, share knowledge, and co-create solutions to their most pressing challenges. Over the past decade, DPS has created space for tens of millions of people around the world to interact with our platforms. Their products have been deployed in a wide range of contexts, from countering misinformation in North America to increasing knowledge of labour rights in Asia and strengthening public sector accountability in the Middle East.
Future of Good
Future of Good works with organizations in public, private, philanthropic, academic, and not-for-profit sectors to surface, shape, and strategically share content that enhances their value and impact.
Clean Economy Fund
The Clean Economy Fund is a charitable foundation that connects philanthropy with bold initiatives that support giant leaps toward a net-zero, climate-friendly future.
Transform Together offers counselling, education consulting, ADHD coaching and facilitation services in Ottawa. Their mission is to create a supportive framework with resilience and care that empowers their clients to reach their full potential. They invest in building enduring connections with people while maintaining a flexible and adaptable approach that adjusts to their client’s evolving needs.