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We keep charities up to date with helpful articles and legislative updates in the CCCC Bulletin, published five times annually. CCCC members can access and search all of our Bulletin articles in our Knowledge Base, or it can be purchased from our store. Click below to see what is included in our most recent edition, available now for digital download.

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Five Steps to Recalibrating Your Strategy

Reflection is probably the watchword for many of us during these strange times. Join author, Chris Bosch, as he reflects on "change stories" and considers the future.

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COVID-19 and Religion: the G20 Interfaith Forum Report

This article will reflect on the discussions of religious leaders at the G20 Interfaith Forum held in late August 2020.

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Using Hackathons to Engage Volunteers and Solve Ministry Problems

A hackathon is an event where people solve problems by working together. This article explores how FaithTech attracted volunteers to solve ministry problems.

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Rebranding Responsibilities: Protect Your Work

Have you thought about the value of your charity’s brand identity? The reputation and trust you have built as an organization can be one of the most precious assets you possess.

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Starting a Creative Communications Team in Your Church

How can you can help your church communicate effectively in your “new normal?” Establishing a creative communications team within your church can be a great place to start.

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What Is Charity and Why Does It Matter?

In this article, we’re going to look at the recent public conversation about charity, where this conversation is going, and why a Christian understanding of charity should be a key part of this conversation.

CCCC Bulletin, Issue 4 (September 2020)

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Preparing for a Healthy Post-Crisis Board

Leaders are obviously working hard on the operational and strategic aspects of survival, but what could boards be working on to cover the governance aspects of survival?

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Should An Employer Require a Negative COVID Test Before Return to Work?

Employers have obligations to provide a safe work environment and respect public health guidelines regarding COVID-19 clearance for return to work. What do those guidelines say about testing?

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How Do Canadian Protestant Churches Evaluate Ministry "Success"?

Church boards and pastors need a strong theological foundation for the practice of evaluating what “success” means for the local church. In this article, see what the results from recent Canadian research reveal to us.

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Health and Safety Regulations

This article will provide some practical suggestions as you resume operations in the context of increased safety requirements and ongoing public health directives.

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"Going Green - Enhancing Your Ministry with "The Green"

Learn more about CCCC's online community called The Green and how it can enhance your ministry.

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Benevolence in the Era of COVID-19?

Discover more about the recent social assistance and government benevolence programs being provided by the federal government and some provincial governments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Meet the New CCCC Brand

CCCC is changing to support you better!

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Horizons: The Delta Saga Continues

Discover more about the recent social assistance and government benevolence programs being provided by the federal government and some provincial governments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.