Here's how 3 Canadian tech companies are reinventing philanthropy

A whole new world of giving

Why It Matters

The tech sector is one of the biggest drivers of new wealth in Canada. In this Member Exclusive series, we continue to unpack how tech companies are creating new types of structures to give back, beyond conventional foundations and programs — and why this trend is essential to understand to take advantage of an emerging tech philanthropy landscape.

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