As a senior leader, you've invested a lot of time and effort in crafting your ministry’s strategic statement, but are you getting the maximum value from it?
As public health restrictions continue to impact summer camps across the country, many camps might be searching for alternative sources of revenue.
There are times in your career when a mentor by your side is essential to help you to overcome obstacles and issues that you may be facing.
Let’s be honest, no one at any organization enjoys disciplining employees. Everyone dreads these conversations. If you feel nervous, or shaky, or sad, whenever these necessary conversations approach, know that you are not alone; we all feel it.
This past year has sped up electronic relationships with our physicians, our schools, our churches, and yes, with our donors. As we have learned to work and worship remotely, many of us have started to make use of new technology, such as online giving.
Bill S-222, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act was introduced in the Senate in February. It would allow charities to transfer resources to nonqualified donees, eliminate all references to “own activities,” and instead of requiring “direction and control,” charities would need to take reasonable steps to ensure the resources will be used for exclusively charitable purposes.
Though working from home is a new experience for a lot of people, it’s helpful to know there are supports in place. Remote work is supported through various tax-free reimbursements and tax deductions, which makes adjusting to this new way of working more manageable.
For many years, CCCC’s members have enriched their communities through valuable programs funded by the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) initiative. These grants provide the means for charities and small businesses to hire young people in the summer months. Until recently, it was a win-win-win situation.
Without a doubt, last year marked the year Canadian non-profits were forced to answer whether they could digitally transform or risk being swept away due to the market shift brought on by the lockdowns, closures, and restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is important to ensure that your job posting brings in the kind of talent you’re looking for. It’s not enough to stick a job description online and hope for the best. You need to sell your team and your mission, and let people know what you’re all about.
Some of the greatest innovations and changes have come out of a disruptive environment. Christian ministries can make the most of the pandemic’s disruption by looking for fresh ways that fit the times to creatively advance their missions.
A Quebec corporation decided that its $30,843 fine for doing construction work without a licence was too much. It challenged the mandatory minimum fine as being unconstitutional based on section 12 of the Charter, which prohibits cruel and unusual punishment.
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.
This article will reflect on the discussions of religious leaders at the G20 Interfaith Forum held in late August 2020.
A hackathon is an event where people solve problems by working together. This article explores how FaithTech attracted volunteers to solve ministry problems.
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.
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.
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.