Non-profits should be better supported for innovative research and development for experimentation and learning — here’s why.
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted a number of societal issues, from community well-being to youth unemployment — and the need for organizations to collaborate and identify opportunities for innovative, meaningful solutions. Community-led research and development methods will be key to a thriving non-profit sector post-pandemic, and therefore a thriving society.
We’re excited to announce that we’re crafting a special series of stories this Fall, spotlighting innovative ways non-profits have used community-led research and development to better the lives of Canadians. In partnership with the Ontario Trillium Foundation, we’re bringing these stories to the sector to catalyze conversations around building capacity and knowledge, and how these initiatives are building — and have the potential to — build resilience in our communities.
We can’t wait to learn more about the power of community-led research and development for greater impact alongside the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Keep an eye out for this series this Fall.