ECVO’s ‘What We Heard’ document summarizes items discussed during a facilitated conversation between a group of non-profit leaders and the Mayor’s Office as a follow-up to the Mayor’s State of the City address that he had given the week before.
The meeting provided an opportunity for Mayor Sohi and his team to engage in dialogue (group and individual) with non-profit leaders. They listened to the non-profit experience of the systemic inequities that Edmontonians were facing during the pandemic and continue to face (i.e., racism, gender discrimination, language and cultural barriers, ageism, etc.). It also allowed them to understand how the City and the Mayor’s Office can support the non-profit sector with recovery going forward.
Produced in partnership with United Way Alberta Capital Region and Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area, this report seeks to understand current and emerging trends in the philanthropic environment in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region over the next three to five years, reflecting an evolving charitable landscape spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing digital transformation, and an increasing focus on equity, inclusion, and social justice.
This report serves as both a foundational document for the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations in charting a course for supporting Alberta non-profits in reimagining their governance approaches as well as a beginning guide for any non-profits interested in making their internal governance practices more equitable
In 2020, ECVO initiated a multi-phase process intended to mobilize people around shared imaginations of transformation. Guided by the principles outlined in ECVO’s Strategic Framework 2020-2022, we developed a strategic engagement process that was meant to create opportunities for purposeful dialogue about the non-profit sector’s past, present and future.
This initial report is the result of a series of exploratory
conversations with dozens of non-profit leaders, who collectively explored prevailing myths, trends, and opportunities for structural and systemic change in the sector.
Captures the lived experiences of a sample of 324 newcomers accessing services at one of four immigrant and refugee serving agencies in Edmonton. The results illustrate the complexities newcomer communities face as they settle in Canada.
A continuation of ABNN’s Impact surveys conducted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a second update to the data collected on the top concerns and challenges for non-profits during COVID-19. This report examines data specific to Edmonton non-profits.
A continuation of ABNN’s Impact surveys conducted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a second update to the data collected on the top concerns and challenges for non-profits during COVID-19. This report examines data from around the province of Alberta.
A continuation of ABNN’s Impact surveys conducted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, this is the first update to the data collected on the top concerns and challenges for non-profits during COVID-19. This report examines data from around the province of Alberta.
Edmonton’s non-profit sector shares its largest concerns during COVID-19 and into the future. Data sourced from ABNN’s province-wide survey The Impact of COVID-19 on Alberta’s Nonprofit & Voluntary Organizations.
A comprehensive report on the local response to the Syrian refugee influx, including challenges faced by agencies, how Edmonton’s volunteers responded, and settlement stories from newcomer refugees.
History of Edmonton’s Human Services Sector maps the history of the Human Services Sector in Edmonton as a collective. Through individual stories and historical accounts, the report identified the key influences and themes that underlie the development of the Sector and its’ contributions to Edmonton’s social, cultural and economic prosperity