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We talk to a donor of The Dragonfly Fund about her partnership with Tides Canada and how she became involved in the issue of toxics.
In an increasingly data-driven world, Powered by Data helps enable the social sector to better share, use, and learn from data.
Learn about our initiatives building solutions to a range of environmental and social challenges.
Facilitating education, public engagement, and research to address climate change and build a clean energy future.
Connecting Manitobans to climate change facts and solutions
Enviromentum is working to mitigate climate change impacts by helping people adopt environmentally responsible behaviours.
Collectively changing the approach to extractive development and increasing the likelihood that communities see sustained positive outcomes.
Transitioning neighbourhoods to carbon neutrality. One neighbourhood at a time.
Bringing together and educating Canadian pension fund savers, leaders, and influencers to minimize climate risks and tap opportunities in a low-carbon economy.
Cultivating local, sustainable, and safe food systems that benefit all Canadians.
Creating healthy, just, and sustainable food systems in British Columbia.
Promoting food sovereignty and democratic decision-making to protect the integrity of the environment, health, food, and the livelihoods of Canadians.
Promoting healthy and active farmlands in east central Ontario.
Helping Northern Manitoban communities design local solution-oriented projects to address food insecurity and related issues.
Inspiring Torontonians to harvest, share, celebrate, and steward the bounty from urban orchards.
Stewarding a garden space for gathering to share Indigenous knowledges and growing traditional plant foods and medicines in community.
Advancing aquaculture solutions to protect wild salmon and the marine environment.
Closing the achievement gap through nutritious lunches and engaging food literacy programming.
Helping communities design and implement responsible conservation and stewardship initiatives.
Supporting innovative projects and strategic collaboration that advance freshwater protection in British Columbia.
Building and supporting an active and engaged network of freshwater groups concerned with protecting and restoring Canada's waterways.
Strengthening laws for the health of people and the environment.
Advancing progressive public policies and decisions about the future of our most precious resource—water.
Protecting marine and terrestrial wildlife on Canada’s North Pacific Coast.
Connecting knowledge and people across governments, First Nations, and marine sectors to build capacity for co-management and improve socio-ecological health in Howe Sound/Atl'ka7tsem.
Advancing marine planning in British Columbia by supporting a collaborative, government-driven, and science-based process.
Realizing the Xeni Gwet’in and Yuneŝit’in community vision for Dasiqox Tribal Park.
Providing more effective and centralized access to funding and resources for on the land programs in the Northwest Territories.
Working to achieve the ambitious goal of all Canada’s waters in good health by 2030.
Supporting implementation of the Great Bear Rainforest Agreement Implementation Framework.
Encouraging conservation-based planning in the transboundary watersheds of southeast Alaska and northwest British Columbia.
Connecting people to place throughout the Broughton Archipelago and beyond.
Securing, protecting, and restoring the Slave River and its connected waterways.
Creating opportunities for mentorship, education, and networking to support a new generation of Canadian leaders.
Advocating for more urgent and effective global responses to HIV and AIDS.
Promoting more informed and effective grantmaking to support healthy Arctic communities and ecosystems.
Promoting safety and empowering women and children fleeing domestic violence.
Inspiring a new generation of leaders in the North.
Empowering people to make real, positive change in their lives, their communities, and their cities.
Collaborating to support residents and build community in the inner suburban neighbourhood of Kingston Galloway/Orton Park (KGO).
Building the confidence of Indigenous youth.
Helping changemakers develop strong leadership skills to achieve more effective social change.
Supporting young Indigenous people to have an active role in collaborating with leaders of British Columbia to facilitate positive change.
Engaging communities and celebrating thriving, livable, and walkable cities.
Cultivating youth leaders in the Northwest Territories to be positive change agents.
Supporting youth-led action-focused projects that benefit Indigenous youth and their communities.
Developing more robust, focused, and effective approaches to advancing environmental policy initiatives in British Columbia.
Working with Indigenous youth to inspire, engage, and uphold a thriving culture.
Helping nonprofits get the information they need to succeed.
Empowering youth to produce and distribute films about the issues most important to them.
Guiding students from all backgrounds to drive social change.
Decisions built on the best available scientific evidence.
Supporting the exploration of shared spaces and social purpose real estate in Canada for enhanced impact, social purpose, and community development.
Investing time and money in a venture philanthropy model to positively impact the most pressing social challenges facing Toronto.
Supporting emerging initiatives to strengthen and increase access to community based change making.
Focused on raising the literacy levels of children living in Toronto’s Kingston-Galloway/Orton Park community.
Building equitable and inclusive societies to ensure all Canadians have the opportunity to work and thrive.
Encouraging respect for human rights.
Improving economic opportunities for binners.
Restoring Indigenous presence to Canadian communities by creating places that reflect and celebrate Indigenous identity, world views, and values.
Bringing together young people with wealth and class privilege to become leaders working towards the equitable distribution of wealth, land, and power.
Connecting marginalized people to their community through the power of storytelling.
Connecting refugee newcomers and Canadians to build stronger, more integrated communities.