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Nonprofits Struggle to Survive Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Willie Briggs, a volunteer with Catholic Charities, helped with the distribution of pantry items at a San Francisco food bank last week.ALEJANDRO LAZO/THE WALL STREET JOURNAL  By Ian Lovett and Alejandro Lazo - THE WALL STREET JOURNAL SAN FRANCISCO—Catholic Charities...

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How mining fuels charities

While the discovery of minerals and precious metals can build communities, it can also have significant benefits for donors   When Shawn Khunkhun arrived at a remote area of Manitoba, he remembers being employee number five. After years of prospecting and raising...

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Culture of kindness

The Foundation (WCPD) supports the OSM’s Opening Night Concert as a Presenting Sponsor, as it continues to recognize the importance of music and culture for all of society Victor Hugo once said, “Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible...

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Nicholson honoured for innovation in philanthropy

The Foundation (WCPD) had the distinct honour of serving as co-presenter at a recent event at the Chabad Westmount in Montreal, which brought together more than 250 guests to discuss the future of philanthropy. Hosted by Rabbi Yossi Shanowitz and Rabbi Ariel Stern,...

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2018 Canadian Impact Investment Trends Report

The 2018 Canadian Impact Investment Trends Report reveals that impact investment continues to grow rapidly in Canada. This is the Responsible Investment Association’s third biennial impact investment survey, representing data as of December 31, 2017. The Report is...

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It just feels wonderful to help

Nicholson invited as guest of ‘An Hour To Give’ and reflects on business and giving back to the community A new radio show focused on philanthropy came by its name honestly last month, when it invited the President and CEO of The Foundation (WCPD) on for a segment to...

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