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  • Get Involved in Shaping Public Policy | Imagine Canada
    Stretch Campaign The Issues Federal Budget Get Involved National Engagement Strategy Caring Company Program Knowledge Development Ethical Code Get Involved in Shaping Public Policy Be informed We meet with federal politicians their staff and officials to raise the profile of the charitable sector and press for action on various issues Learn more about the issues Sign up for the Early Alert We monitor Parliamentary activity upcoming legislation and proposed regulations affecting Canada s charities and combine the news into a weekly e update called the Early Alert The Early Alerts are available to members and supporters of Imagine Canada Become a member Join a Rapid Response Team or Working Group We convene groups of charity leaders and experts to research develop and promote original public policy initiatives and respond to those advanced by others Contact the public policy team for more information on how you can get involved Host a workshop or presentation We rely on charities from across the country to inform our policy efforts at the national level Members of our public policy team are also available to speak on the federal policy issues that are important to your organization If you are interested in hosting a presentation

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/public-policy/get-involved-shaping-public-policy (2014-10-22)
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  • Brief History of the National Engagement Strategy | Imagine Canada
    more than 20 community conversations across Canada in partnership with local co hosts Through these conversations we were able to identify the key challenges and opportunities facing charities and nonprofits These challenges and opportunities became known as drivers of change and are described within A Framework for Action the foundational document informing the NES Provincial Forums 2010 The Framework for Action was the springboard for a national dialogue at the provincial and regional level on how to strengthen the sector in Canada for the benefit of communities here at home and around the world These events called Provincial Forums and extended Community Conversations provided a welcome opportunity for dialogue about the major issues and trends facing the charitable and nonprofit sector in Canada and helped to identify sector wide priorities for collective action National Summit 2011 Canada s first National Summit for the Charitable and Nonprofit Sector focused on advancing the priorities identified during the provincial forums and extended community conversations through tangible and achievable actions Post Summit Progress ongoing Post Summit efforts continue on the four Priorities for Action and updates on progress to date are provided via annual webinars Imagine Canada continues to advance the Narrative and Financing

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/national-engagement-strategy/brief-history-national-engagement-strategy (2014-10-22)
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  • National Summit for the Charitable and Nonprofit Sector | Imagine Canada
    30 2011 more than 500 people came together from across the country and across the sector to be part of the first National Summit for the Charitable and Nonprofit Sector Read the National Summit Report It includes outcomes with feedback from participants collected through the evaluation and next steps for each of the priority areas The National Summit is a key component of the National Engagement Strategy which is about

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/national-engagement-strategy/national-summit-charitable-and-nonprofit-sector (2014-10-22)
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  • Caring Company Benefits | Imagine Canada
    Trustmark Only Caring Companies can use the Caring Company Trustmark offering a publicly recognized stamp of approval from a credible third party Counsel Imagine Canada offers practical one on one advice and support to assist companies in developing or enhancing their community investment programs Networking Get connected to a community of practice with years of experience and stay informed on issues affecting your Community Investment program Imagine Matters Our weekly

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/caring-company-benefits (2014-10-22)
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  • Caring Company Participants | Imagine Canada
    How to Join Knowledge Development Ethical Code Caring Company Participants Imagine Canada recognizes the following Caring Company program participants for signing the Corporate Citizenship Commitment and demonstrating their leadership in community investment in Canada 2 1 3 1 A 4 B 2 C 9 E 3 F 3 G 5 H 3 I 2 J 3 K 2 L 3 M 7 N 3 P 8 R 5 S 13 T 7 U 1 V 1 W 5 X 1 2 2H2M Services 3 3M Canada A Alterna Savings Assumption Life AstraZeneca Canada Inc AVIVA B BC Hydro BlueShore Financial C Carters Professional Corporation Cenovus Energy Inc ChangeIt CIBC Co operators The Coast Capital Savings Credit Union Community First Credit Union Limited Community Savings Credit Union Cooper s Office Supply Co Limited E Empire Life Insurance Company The ENMAX Corporation Ernst Young LLP F Farm Credit Canada First Calgary First West Credit Union G Gay Lea Foods GlaxoSmithKline Inc GrantStream Inc Great West Life Assurance Company London Life and Canada Life Greystone Managed Investments H Harvey McKinnon Associates Henderson Partners LLP Highstreet Asset Management I Imperial Tobacco Limited Investors Group Inc J James Richardson Sons Limited Johnston Group Inc JTI

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/participants (2014-10-22)
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  • Resources for Corporate Citizenship | Imagine Canada
    Code Resources for Corporate Citizenship Canadian communities are stronger when all sectors are actively engaged in their development This section provides resources to help develop your corproate citizenship program stay on top of trends and build stronger partnerships with the charitable sector Learn more about how the First time Donor s Super Credit can enhance your employee giving campaign The Conference Board of Canada s Canadian Corporate Community Investment Benchmarking

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/resources-corporate-citizenship (2014-10-22)
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  • How to Join the Caring Company Program | Imagine Canada
    national corporations to small businesses Imagine Canada s Caring Companies are leading the way in corporate community investment activities in Canada Show the world that you too are a leader in your community and are meeting our benchmark for success by joining today To Join Complete Caring Company form PDF Sign your Caring Company Commitment PDF Send in the form and commitment to Mike Meadows Director Corporate Engagement and Membership

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/how-join-caring-company-program (2014-10-22)
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  • Sector Monitor | Imagine Canada
    program launched at the end of 2009 regularly monitors the state of charities across the country and their ability to deliver their missions The goal of the Sector Monitor program is to provide relevant and timely information on the issues facing charities and nonprofits to the sector itself and to various sector stakeholders including Imagine Canada members policymakers business leaders the media and the Canadian public Latest Sector Monitor Report Responses to this edition of the Sector Monitor indicate that charity leaders are optimistic about the future Slightly fewer charities reported that they experienced difficulties and the percentage of organizations that predicted they d be better able to deliver on their mission in one year increased However sector stakeholders should be on the lookout for emergent challenges and adaptive strategies related to increased demand The eighth and most recent edition of our Sector Monitor was conducted between October 31 2013 and November 29 2013 Other Sector Monitor Resources Tools Reports from previous editions of the Sector Monitor and additional resources and tools can be found on Sector Source Future Issues of the Sector Monitor If you would like your organization to be involved in future Sector Monitor surveys or would

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/knowledge-development/sector-monitor (2014-10-22)
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