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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    21 B 29 C 60 D 5 E 9 F 11 G 6 H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 M Melanoma Network of Canada Mentoring Artists for Women s Art Milton District Hospital Foundation Misericordia Health Centre Foundation Moorelands Community Services Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Muscular Dystrophy Canada N Nanaimo and District Hospital Foundation Nellie s North Shore Neighbourhood House North York General Hospital Foundation North York Harvest Food Bank North York Women s Resource Centre O Oakville Hospital Foundation Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs One Drop Foundation Ontario Brain Injury Association Ontario Nature Opportunity International Canada Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital Foundation Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation Oxfam Canada P Park Manor Personal Care Home Parkinson Alberta Society Parkinson Society Canada Pathways to Education Canada Pelham Cares Plan Canada PLEA Community Services Society of BC Pregnancy and Family Support Services Prostate Cancer Canada Q Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation R Ray Cam Community Association Red Deer College Foundation Red Deer Public School District Foundation Red Door Family Shelter Regina Transition Women s Society

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/ethical-code/program-participants?page=5 (2014-10-22)
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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 S S U C C E S S Foundation Sackville Memorial Hospital Foundation Saint Elizabeth Health Care Foundation Salvation Army Sarnia Lambton Rebound Save the Children Canada Scarborough Hospital Foundation The Science Media Centre of Canada Scleroderma Society of Ontario Seizure Brain Injury Cenre of Timmins Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton SAGE Sexual Assault Centre Hamilton Area SickKids Foundation South Okanagan Women in Need Society Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation Special Olympics Ontario Spinal Cord Injury Ontario St Christopher House St Joseph s Health Care Foundation of London St Joseph s Health Centre Foundation Guelph St Joseph s Healthcare Foundation Hamilton St Joseph s Lifecare Foundation St Mary s General Hospital Foundation St Mary s Hospital Foundation Montreal St Stephen s Community House St Thomas Elgin General Hospital Foundation Stephen Lewis Foundation Stratford General Hospital Foundation Sunshine Coast Community Services Society Support Housing Halton Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation T Terra Centre for Pregnant and Parenting Teens The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences The PREP Program

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/ethical-code/program-participants?page=6 (2014-10-22)
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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    E 9 F 11 G 6 H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 T Toronto Centre for Community Learning and Development Toronto Community Foundation Toronto Foundation for Student Success Toronto General Western Hospital Foundation Toronto Public Library Foundation Transcare Community Surpport Services Transforming Faces Worldwide Trillium Health Partners Foundation Tropicana Community Services Organization of Scarborough U United Church of Canada United Church of Canada Foundation United Way of Greater Simcoe County United Way of London Middlesex United Way of Oakville United Way of Quinte United Way of Winnipeg United Way of York Region United Way serving Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington United Way Toronto United Way Windsor Essex County University Hospitals Kingston Foundation University of Western Ontario V Vancouver Opera Association VOICE For Hearing Impaired Children W War Child Canada Wellwood Resource Centre Wesley Urban Ministries West Island Community Shares West Island Mission West Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation West Vancouver Community Centres Society Wilfrid Laurier University Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada Windsor Endowment for the Arts Woman Abuse Council of Toronto Women s Centre

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/ethical-code/program-participants?page=7 (2014-10-22)
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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    29 C 60 D 5 E 9 F 11 G 6 H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 Y YES Montreal YMCA Canada YMCA of Greater Toronto YMCA of Hamilton Burlington Brantford YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka YMCA YWCA of

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/ethical-code/program-participants?page=8 (2014-10-22)
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  • Complete this sentence: Fundraising is.. | Imagine Canada
    Complete this sentence Fundraising is Fundraising is hard work Sometimes you need a little inspiration Everyone relies on you to keep the dollars flowing it can keep you up at night and sometimes it makes you forget about the big picture Take a break from your busy day to read the inspiring quotes we ve collected and then share what motivates you Tell us in the form below what fundraising is to you To keep your submission anonymous leave the name and organization fields blank Continue to quotes Discover what inspires others Fundraising is dreaming big and inviting people to come along for the ride Paul Anderson Stakeholder and Public Relations Coordinator CIVIX Fundraising is Difficult and rewarding Strategic and serendipitous Necessary and under appreciated Personal and professional A beginning Jill Harrington Community Relations MUHC Foundation Fundraising is about satisfying ones need to make change and giving others an opportunity to make a positive difference Andrea Peca Development Coordinator Peel Children s Centre Fundraising is about community engagement Marcel Lauzière Executive Director The Lawson Foundation Share what inspires you Submit your quote Fundraising is easier with Grant Connect Achieve your 2015 fundraising goals with Canada s most trusted prospect research

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/complete-sentence-fundraising (2014-10-22)
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  • Brittany Fritsch | Imagine Canada
    Canada Elle est membre cofondatrice du conseil d administration de JustChange un organisme de microsubventions dont la mission est d accélérer l innovation sociale et environnementale dans la ville d Ottawa Brittany est également associée de recherche chez le Carleton Centre for Community Innovation où elle écrit au sujet du développement économique communautaire de l entreprise sociale et de l évaluation de l impact et membre du programme Connect the

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/fr/people-list/brittany-fritsch (2014-10-22)
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  • Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL): FAQs relevant to all registered charities and nonprofits | Imagine Canada
    oral or written requests to receive messages Express consent once obtained only expires if the individual withdraws it In the same way that express consent can be obtained in many ways it can also be withdrawn in many ways 4 We send emails asking people to uncheck a box if they want us to stop sending them messages If they do not uncheck the box is this express consent The CRTC which will be enforcing the law has indicated that a pre checked box is not sufficient for obtaining express consent under the new regulations and has provided guidance as to how express consent could be sought However the regulations grandfather express consent that you may have obtained under the old rules If you have been sending CEM s using pre checked boxes you likely have express consent for your existing email lists 5 What is implied consent Various types of relationship between your organization and an individual provide you with implied consent to send them CEM s These relationships include instances where an individual or organization has donated to you in the last two years either cash or in kind contributions volunteered for you in the last two years been a member of your organization in the last two years entered into a contract with your organization in the last two years purchased a good or service from you in the last two years or made an inquiry about your commercial offerings in the last six months Implied consent is transactional For example every time someone makes a purchase the two year implied consent period begins again More information on implied consent is available in the regulations or in a presentation that Industry Canada has prepared 6 We often have clients referred to us by another organization Are we still allowed to contact these people If your message is not commercial there would be no restrictions on contact In the case of a third party referral you are allowed to send one CEM as long as you specify how you obtained the email address A message asking for consent is itself a CEM so if you send such a message and do not receive a response you may no longer send CEM s to that email address 7 If we have consent either express or implied are there any other requirements All CEM s have to contain certain information This information includes clearly identifying your organization providing up to date contact information for your organization and offering an unsubscribe mechanism The unsubscribe option is key to establishing due diligence and responding to any complaints made against you It does not have to be a technically advanced unsubscribe asking people to reply to your message with the word unsubscribe is sufficient to comply You can find out more about the mandatory information in the regulations or in a presentation that Industry Canada has prepared 8 We have implied consent with somebody If we send a message asking for express consent

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/resources-and-tools/resources/canada%E2%80%99s-anti-spam-law-casl-faqs-relevant-all-registered-charities-and (2014-10-22)
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  • User account | 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 User account User account Primary tabs Log in Request new password active tab Username or e mail address 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/user/password (2014-10-22)
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