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We’re hiring: Project Manager position

Phil's team is growing! We're looking for a project manager to be responsible for day-to-day account management and support the management team. Phil's project manager will know the difference between important and urgent. They care about communications and how our...

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SAVE THE DATE! GivingTuesday is November 29th 2016

Every year we write a post about GivingTuesday. We will continue to write about this wonderful initiative until every man, woman, child and business is participating to the best of their abilities, in their own way, in their own town! GivingTuesday has become...

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Building a movement from within

National Philanthropy Day (NPD) celebrates the charitable work that everyone does to make a difference and create impact in their communities. Within the sector we’re well aware, as the Association for Fundraising Professionals (AFP) puts it, that NPD is “a grassroots...

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Building for Belonging: Through the Lens of Montreal

December 5, 2016, 5:00pm - December 5, 2016, 6:00pm

Join us on December 5th for our final #JSForum Series on Social Connectedness and International Development event titled "Building for Belonging: Through the Lens of Montreal”. Be part of the conversation as we explore the role of imagination and people-centered design in building connected communities in Montreal. We will examine successes and challenges, bringing our series to a call to action for what we can do, as individuals in community, ‎to build a culture of belonging for all. Moderator: Kim Samuel, Professor of Practice, Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University. The Jeanne Sauvé Forum Series on Social Connectedness and International Development is presented in partnership with the Samuel Family Foundation and McGill University's Institute for the Study of International Development. This event is free, open to all and will take place in English. For more details on the series, please visit: bit.ly/2cRATzD

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