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  • Les cinq avantages de la création d’un bassin de donateurs | Imagine Canada
    est effectué par tous les membres de l équipe Si votre budget ne vous permet pas actuellement d utiliser ce type de logiciel essayez d utiliser un tableur de Google Docs en équipe pour ce travail de suivi Vous pourrez ainsi voir immédiatement les recherches réalisées et les données archivées par vos collègues Point plus important la centralisation de l information permet d éviter les faux pas dont de nombreux organismes se rendent coupables solliciter un bailleur de fonds sans savoir que vous l avez fait dans le passé ou pire encore solliciter un bailleur de fonds pour un projet sans savoir que votre organisme le sollicite en même tant que vous pour un autre projet 2 Un bassin de donateurs atténue l impact de la rotation des collecteurs de fonds À un moment ou à un autre votre organisme devra faire face à la rotation des collecteurs de fonds Comme nous l avons signalé dans un article précédent les chercheurs ont constaté que les collecteurs de fonds occupent le même poste moins de deux ans en moyenne Les frais associés indirectement et directement à cette rotation peuvent être extrêmement élevés pour votre organisme et un bassin abondant peut atténuer ces dépenses Au lieu de devoir recommencer à zéro un bassin de donateurs permet aux nouveaux collecteurs de fonds de reprendre le travail où leurs prédécesseurs l ont laissé 3 Il vous permet de calculer votre ratio de bailleurs de fonds potentiels Un de vos plus grands défis de collecteur de fonds est celui de savoir si vos bailleurs de fonds potentiels sont en nombre suffisant ou non pour vous permettre d atteindre votre but On peut dire sans risque de se tromper que tous les bailleurs de fonds ne diront pas oui à votre demande de subvention Le ratio des bailleurs de fonds des collecteurs de fonds efficaces est d au moins 3 sur 1 ce qui veut dire qu ils visent à présenter une demande de subvention à au moins trois bailleurs de fonds pour chaque subvention qu ils espèrent recevoir En suivant vos bailleurs de fonds potentiels dans un bassin de donateurs vous pouvez facilement calculer si le nombre de vos bailleurs de fonds au stade de la sollicitation est suffisant pour atteindre votre but étant donné votre ratio de bailleurs de fonds 4 Il garantit une collecte de fonds aussi réussie l année prochaine que cette année Supposons que vous avez besoin de 100 000 dollars pour un projet en 2014 Si vous repérez cinq bailleurs de fonds potentiels prometteurs il y a de fortes chances pour que vous ne puissiez pas leur présenter immédiatement votre demande de subvention et finir ce travail Les dates limites et les échéanciers des demandes de subvention varient énormément d un bailleur de fonds à l autre Par conséquent chacun de vos bailleurs de fonds potentiels bien que vous les ayez repérés en même temps passera d un stade à l autre du processus de collecte de fonds à un

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/fr/blog/les-cinq-avantages-de-la-cr%C3%A9ation-d%E2%80%99un-bassin-de-donateurs (2014-10-22)
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  • imaginecanada_stc_supportyourteam.jpg | Imagine Canada
    search menu Search Main menu Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools You are here Home Share This Error message Access denied You must log in to view this page imaginecanada stc supportyourteam jpg Our National Partners Learn more about our National Partners and other supporters Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools Imagine Canada Grant Connect Sector Source CharityFocus

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/file/imaginecanadastcsupportyourteamjpg (2014-10-22)
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  • grantconnect-counsellingfoundation.jpg | Imagine Canada
    Programs Resources and Tools Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools You are here Home Share This grantconnect counsellingfoundation jpg Our National Partners Learn more about our National Partners and other supporters Who we are Our Programs Resources and

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  • blog_imaginecanada_coyne_op-ed.jpg | Imagine Canada
    menu Search Main menu Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools You are here Home Share This Error message Access denied You must log in to view this page blog imaginecanada coyne op ed jpg Our National Partners Learn more about our National Partners and other supporters Who we are Our Programs Resources and Tools Imagine Canada Grant Connect Sector Source

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  • Charitable Tax Credits a Good Return on Investment | Imagine Canada
    generosity As to the impact that eliminating the tax credit would have on charities Mr Coyne argues that charities should raise money on the strength of their cause and that donors should not expect anything in return from the federal government We know that most Canadians give to charity because they believe in the cause or organization not because they think they ll get something in return But we also know through the Canada Survey of Giving Volunteering and Participating that almost one quarter of donors are motivated by the tax credit to give and that more than half of donors say they would give more if there were a more generous tax credit Governments corporations and Canadians have all been challenged to maintain and enhance their support for charities in recent years given widespread belt tightening in the face of economic uncertainty Indeed Statistics Canada recently published troubling data that strengthens the argument against eliminating the charitable tax credit In 2012 the total amount of charitable donations claimed by Canadians fell by almost two percent and the number of Canadians reporting donations on their income tax fell in eleven of the thirteen provinces and territories Enhance tax credits don t eliminate them If we want a more vibrant and sustainable charitable sector if we want more Canadians investing directly in communities then eliminating the charitable tax credit is the wrong way to go If anything the tax credit should be enhanced to encourage a broader range of Canadians to give more and to give strategically The 2013 federal budget in introducing the First Time Donor s Super Credit recognized the challenges charities face in attracting a new generation of donors through a one time enhancement of the tax credit for new donors Imagine Canada believes it is time to

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/comment/2646 (2014-10-22)
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  • Charitable Tax Credits a Good Return on Investment | Imagine Canada
    generosity As to the impact that eliminating the tax credit would have on charities Mr Coyne argues that charities should raise money on the strength of their cause and that donors should not expect anything in return from the federal government We know that most Canadians give to charity because they believe in the cause or organization not because they think they ll get something in return But we also know through the Canada Survey of Giving Volunteering and Participating that almost one quarter of donors are motivated by the tax credit to give and that more than half of donors say they would give more if there were a more generous tax credit Governments corporations and Canadians have all been challenged to maintain and enhance their support for charities in recent years given widespread belt tightening in the face of economic uncertainty Indeed Statistics Canada recently published troubling data that strengthens the argument against eliminating the charitable tax credit In 2012 the total amount of charitable donations claimed by Canadians fell by almost two percent and the number of Canadians reporting donations on their income tax fell in eleven of the thirteen provinces and territories Enhance tax credits don t eliminate them If we want a more vibrant and sustainable charitable sector if we want more Canadians investing directly in communities then eliminating the charitable tax credit is the wrong way to go If anything the tax credit should be enhanced to encourage a broader range of Canadians to give more and to give strategically The 2013 federal budget in introducing the First Time Donor s Super Credit recognized the challenges charities face in attracting a new generation of donors through a one time enhancement of the tax credit for new donors Imagine Canada believes it is time to

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/comment/2661 (2014-10-22)
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  • Let’s Stretch! Help Canadians give more. | Imagine Canada
    and volunteers As our donors drop off so may our volunteers Donors and volunteers are the lifeblood of charities The Stretch Tax Credit for Charitable Giving supports lifelong and incremental giving The Stretch Tax Credit for Charitable Giving what we call the Stretch was developed by the charitable sector as a uniquely Canadian response to this worrisome trend It is intended to help Canadians stretch their giving over time by enhancing the charitable tax credit for increased giving boosting the tax credit on eligible amounts from 15 to 25 percent or from 29 to 39 percent If we want this we need to make some noise And we need your help now The time has never been better for each and every one of us who works for or volunteers with charities to really push for the Stretch There is going to be a budget surplus in 2015 giving the Finance Minister flexibility to make new investments But let s face it charities aren t the only ones who are going to be asking for something Over the next few weeks and months we ll be looking to you to make this happen Here are three things that you can do 1 Visit the Stretch website We ve created a campaign hub to provide you with key resources about the Stretch help you get in on the action and stay informed on the progress We will be adding new resources throughout the fall so make sure to stay tuned 2 Contact your member of Parliament Some mistakenly think that individual MP s don t have much say in Ottawa MP s are attuned to what leaders in their constituencies have to say And they talk to each other to cabinet ministers and to the Prime Minister If MP s across

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/blog/lets-stretch-help-canadians-give-more (2014-10-22)
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  • Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau: At the centre of Grande Prairie’s community nonprofit sector | Imagine Canada
    assisting organizations that make up the social infrastructure of our community through innovative solutions and a diverse range of services GPVSB believes that by developing community capacity we build a healthy community We achieve this by collaborating and working with our sector to provide linkages between community networks business government and the public We administer and oversee many programs including volunteer recognition programs youth volunteer programs member services and networking coordination In addition GPVSB works to enhance the management skills of community agencies by providing training and professional development based on needs identified within the community For GPVSB the past year has been challenging We conducted a comprehensive overhaul of the organization including bringing in new staff with new roles and responsibilities We challenged past concepts and ideas revitalizing some existing programming and discontinuing others We developed new programming created networks initiated a major media campaign and developed a four year strategic plan We moved locations built a team and learned a great deal from each other We sat on committees made presentations learned new software and participated in some amazing events We hosted our anniversary celebrations wrote news releases and invited people to lunch We had surprise visits from dignitaries adopted a new logo expanded our social media profile launched a new website and managed to survive it all The vision of GPVSB is to be a proactive leading and professional centre of excellence empowering the Grande Prairie community through the provision of services to nonprofit organizations and community volunteers As we continue to grow and learn our capacity to help build a vibrant strong and healthy future for our community is assured To learn more about Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau visit their website or view their CharityFocus profile Back to Blog Retour au blogue Add new comment

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/blog/grande-prairie-volunteer-services-bureau-centre-grande-prairie%E2%80%99s-community-nonprofit-sector (2014-10-22)
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