Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada. Since 1977, we have been committed to increasing and supporting volunteerism and civic participation. We collaborate closely with volunteer centres, local organizations and national corporations to promote and broaden volunteering. Our programs, research, training, tools, resources and national initiatives provide leadership on issues and trends in Canada’s volunteer landscape.

The Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project (NSRAP) seeks equality for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

Non Profit Strategic Planning, Major Gift Development $ Capital Campaigns

Engage Nova Scotia Podcast

A Stanford podcast about how big data and cyber systems are transforming our world. Produced by Worldview Stanford and supported by the Stanford Cyber Initiative.

Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia  Podcasts with Starr Dobson.

Here you will discover our library of online audio seminars created from previous live tele-learning sessions hosted by Tamarack and Vibrant Communities. These seminars include interviews and dialogues with thought leaders, links to related resources and offer you a comprehensive curriculum on the foundational elements of community engagement and poverty reduction.

This is a show that asks what is rural in the 21st century?

Music Nova Scotia is a non-profit organization that has worked since 1989 with a mandate to encourage the creation, development, growth and promotion of Nova Scotia’s music industry.

Music Nova Scotia exists to grow and nurture the Nova Scotia music industry, to retain our own natural resource and promote investment, by:

• Providing education, information and resources to our membership
• Acting as the advocate for the industry to all levels of government and private enterprise
• Supporting membership in the promotion of the export of Nova Scotia music regionally, nationally and internationally

Membership is mainly made up of Nova Scotians but some join us from other regions of the East Coast as well as across Canada. We are songwriters, musicians, agents, managers, promoters, distributors, photographers, associations, lawyers, accountants and other industry professionals.

As part of ONN's EnAbling Nonprofits Ontario project, we sat down with Matthew Couto of TechSoup Canada to discuss their capacity and solutions for web accessibility and general communications.

TechSoup Canada helps nonprofits, charities and libraries use technology effectively by providing access to donated technology products, learning content, community support and more. Learn more atwww.techsoupcanada.ca/

ONN's EnAbling Nonprofits Ontario project helps nonprofits strengthen their capacity and ability to understand their compliance requirements under The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and lead accessibility in our communities. EnAbling Nonprofits is an EnAbling Change project with the Government of Ontario.

Podcast with Janet Barlow, Transportation Coordinator in the Ecology Action Centre,

Join Maria Turnbull, Vantage Point’s Associate Executive Director, monthly as she interviews not-for-profit governance & management experts.

Gain expert perspectives and practical approaches to tackling common topics and concerns in our not-for-profit world. Learn specific information to address the unique challenges and opportunities sector leaders face every day from tips for effective board meetings to best practices in strategic volunteer engagement.

Leadership is changing. Fast. Forget everything you thought you knew. Social media, the economy, the rise of Gen Y, ethical concerns about business and even climate change are changing the conversation amongst the best leaders. Business muse and author, Blaire Palmer, shares her insights as coach and confidante to CEOs and their leadership teams, giving you a head-start as you think about what it means to lead in the 21st century.

A podcast for Connect Communicate Change, a website dedicated to Social Media in the Not for Profit Sector

A podcast show on key environment issues.

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