In-depth view: Canada’s largest charities are trying to shape the Community Services Recovery Fund. Here’s what they want.

Why It Matters

The Community Services Recovery Fund could be of tremendous value to smaller charities and non-profits who need to modernize their operations, but it isn’t clear whether they have been thoroughly consulted on the Fund’s design.

Six big ideas to modernize Canada’s charitable and non-profit sector

Why It Matters

Modernization could mean a more digitally-savvy, better-funded, and more equitable non-profit and charitable sector capable of taking on the biggest challenges of the post-COVID era.

Is the social sector ready for a modernization fund? Senator Omidvar weighs in.

Why It Matters

The social sector is trying to tread water and build a lifeboat at the same time. As charities struggle with a drop in revenue from the COVID-19 pandemic, they are also trying to upgrade their digital processes, funding models, and HR practices.

The Community Services Recovery Fund is meant to modernize the charitable and non-profit sector — here’s what that means

Why It Matters

Canada’s social impact sector needs more autonomy, control, and funding if it hopes to address major challenges coming out of COVID — from climate change to childcare.

The $400 million Community Services Recovery Fund could be a game-changer for the social sector’s digital transformation — here’s how

Why It Matters

A majority of Canada’s charities don’t have the digital skills and tools they need to adapt to an increasingly online world. And they don’t have the funding to get up to speed, either. The $400 million Community Services Recovery Fund could be an answer — if it’s deployed strategically.