Seminar on core competencies for conducting a community engagement effort, with Chris SoderquistNatasha Pei
This session will introduce an integrated set of adaptive learning competencies that are essential for generating effective, collective, community impact. These competencies are: systems thinking, conversational capacity, and 'yes to the mess'.
The purpose of a Point-in-Time Count is to provide a snapshot of the demographics and number of people experiencing homelessness within a specific timeframe. These exercises have been going on for years—but they’re not always what they seem. Here are 10 things to know about Canadian attempts to count homelessness through Point-in-Time Counts.
Integrative Thinking is the ability to hold and work with opposing views simultaneously. This is a look at how integrative thinking is applicable to the non-profit sector, with the Charity Model and Systems Change debate.
A webinar recording with Prosper Canada and (Calgary's) MomentumTamarack
Prosper Canada and Momentum introduce the five pillars of Prosper Canada's financial empowerment framework. Learn why financial empowerment is crucial to poverty reduction, and hear about Momentum's experiences with implementing this strategy in Calgary.
This fall we are studying Neighbourhood-Based Strategies that Reduce Poverty. Over the course of three webinars, we are working with our partners to understand various models of place-based poverty reduction strategies that are identifying assets in targeted neighbourhoods, and building individual and community capacity.
You are looking for help with financial empowerment initiatives and resources. Who do you look to? Prosper Canada is pleased to announce the selection of five organizations as Canada’s first Financial Empowerment Champion organizations.