The Community Learning Network (CLN) is a provincial non-profit association and registered Canadian charity. Our mission is to support Community Adult Learning Programs (CALPs) through leadership, resources, training and connections.
YES believes that employment is empowerment and the cornerstone of safe and healthy communities. YES leads the Canadian youth sector with innovative programs that empower disadvantaged and vulnerable youth to become self-sufficient contributing members of society.
We believe that practitioners, policy makers, academics and the media need solid information and tools that can help them understand and support the expansion of community wealth-building institutions.
The Natural Step Canada is a dynamic non-profit organization with over a decade of experience helping organizations and individuals understand and make meaningful progress toward sustainability.
Our vision is a sustainable society – one in which individuals, communities, businesses and institutions thrive within nature’s limits.
The Institute’s mandate is to create positive social change through the confluence of improvisational arts, innovative scholarship, and collaborative action. Our team engages, connects, and mobilizes scholars, students, creative practitioners, and community partners in order to create a vibrant intellectual hub, and a focal point for leading-edge research and critical inquiry in the field of improvisation studies. Incorporating activities as diverse as the creation and management of a new multi-institutional academic degree program, the development of new technologies, and the implementation of models for practice-based research, the partnered research Institute is a worldwide leader in delivering the knowledge transfers, new research, student training, and development of policies, instruments, and technologies that emerge out of this exciting new area of inquiry.
For more than 20 years, CharityVillage has been the HR partner for recruitment in the Canadian nonprofit sector. Our specialized job board for Canadian non-profit professionals has helped thousands of organizations find exceptional talent. Through our eLearning courses, volunteer and event listings, webinars, newsletters, articles, tools and resources, we help your staff do their best work every day.
The LivingRoom Community Art Studio is a registered not-for-profit that provides supportive opportunities for individuals and families living in and around Central Oshawa to express themselves and connect with others through experiences of art making, skill sharing and dialogue. Studio services are offered at no, or low cost in order to ensure that all members of the community – including those who are most marginalized – can take part. The studio’s mission is to promote positive self-identities, strengthen and build relationships, and inspire community driven action through providing an inclusive, non-judgemental space for meaningful creative social interaction to occur.
Our mission is to help relieve the burdens of poverty and social dislocation within the economically deprived and street population of Oshawa.
Join us in our journey helping those less fortunate find their way.
The Pepper Patch Community Garden is located in an empty city-owned lot at the south-west corner of John St E and Albert St. (138 Albert Street) This project was started in 2014 by the We Grow Food organization and local neighbors. The goal is to have community members volunteer their time to maintain the garden which then provides a communal harvest to everyone. Anyone is free to help or harvest what they need. We all work together! We’re not just building a garden…we’re building a community!
Meadowdance is a group of 8 adults and children living in a cooperative household. We live on a small farm in Walden, Vermont, about 15 minutes from St. Johnsbury, and 40 minutes from Montpelier, the state capital.
Be sure to read our newest news item, as you will see that Meadowdance is no longer accepting new members. Thank you everybody for your interest in our endeavor.
We began living together in May, 2000. We created Meadowdance over three years of planning and gathering, using an energetic e-mail based discussion, in-person gatherings every few months, and working groups to get things done. Our members come from a variety of locations in the US and range in age from newborns to 50 somethings. Our members might be married or single, straight or gay, atheist or agnostic or spiritual, vegetarian or omnivorous, outspoken or quiet. We share a love of children, decision-making by consensus, an enthusiasm for learning as part of daily life, and a sense of fun.