Vaping and Philanthropy

The unveiling of a $160 million by Michael Bloomberg and Matthew Myers has led to unending debates among nonprofit organizations and Tobacco companies. The campaign advocated ending smoking cigarettes among kids since it is harmful to their health and opted for vaping.
However, not all nations have banned the use of premium flavored e-cigarettes except for Michigan and San Francisco.

Reconcilable Differences? Philanthropy, Decolonization, and Existing while Indigenous

This journal talks about the renewed integration between The Philanthropist and The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Canadian people. The aim is to highlight Indigenous philanthropy and to share the indigenous perspective and wisdom, as well as any indigenous-related work taking place in the philanthropic community. According to the most recent report, many folks wish to have reconciliation while others demand the truth about reconciliation.
Most of the US policies were built around tribal lines and mainly for separating the haves and have-nots. The …

A Truly Canadian Definition of Charity

There have been several definitions of charity within the 20th-century Canadian context. The approach states that the issue is significant towards creating a modernized judicial system for deciding about charitable purposes. Other research shows the challenges which arise in the society despite the real philanthropic nature of the activities happening in the community. Some of the activities have failed to qualify as a charity because of not meet all the legal requirements. 
These aspects are entirely discussed here to help people across the globe get the actual…

One Starfish At A Time: A Growing Movement Of Change-makers

As the generational inequalities facing the Aboriginal people increase, the number of kids and youth fighting for change and transformation doubles. In particular, the share of resources to reach the people has faced many inequality challenges that have become so rampant in the area. Most people are unable to access essential health services, housing, resources management, and child protection services. This will continue to happen until a cultural shift is witnessed across the entire Canadian nation.
The shift in question needs to be driven by the right …

Philanthropy and Aboriginal Communities – Encouraging Developments in Atlantic Canada

The incorporation of non-profit organizations, also known as Ulnooweg, based in Truro, Nova Scotia, has fully qualified to be a non-profit sector under the Income Tax Act (Canada).“Ulnooweg” originate from the Mi’kmaq language, which means “our way.” Ulnooweg’s members are the primary principals of the 34 Mi’kmaq and Maliseet communities among the four Atlantic Provinces. The board of directors here are the highly qualified chiefs and the specialized community leaders.
 For the past 30 years, the organization has been on the frontline, offering …

United Way And Success By 6: Growing Up With Collective Impact

This initiative comes with many benefits, such as supporting the community services and empowering the young kids and their families. It is 11 years old, and it has recorded a significant transformation and change that has occurred in most people’s lives over the years.
The Aboriginal and community leaders have approved this partnership in the British Columbia of United Ways since it has led to various social changes. It aims to improve childhood development and has lately gained interest and momentum in helping most youths understand the need to create a …

Indigenous Youth Voices and the Role of Philanthropy

Indigenous peoples in Canada come from various nations, with the young population rising day in and day out. Even if the indigenous communities have varying languages, cultures, and geographical locations, they still share the same political and social histories that have affected and will continue to affect the next generations adversely.
Analysis of the level of education, health, violence, language retention, and poverty for the indigenous people is documented. Some situations have worsened as the government has failed to implement the policies and offer funds…

An Action Framework For Children And Youth In Canada

Another initiative program that has worked closely with the youths of Canada to unite the communities is the National Alliance for Children and Youth (NACY). This program aims to connect diverse non-profit organizations to a collaborative network system with the goal of boosting the kids’ and youth’s well-being. This is achieved through offering the national leadership and skills, linking practice, mobilizing, and performing research about policy development.
In collaboration with its members and other funders, the National Alliance for Children and …

Journey of Reciprocity

The entire Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada aims to support the conversation among the Inuit communities, private and public foundations, corporate philanthropy programs, and charitable organizations.
This article explains the Circle’s origins and why philanthropic sectors have dedicated and will continue dedicating their resources to reconciliation. This is where one gets to know what the Indigenous people would require in order to rekindle their traditions of social resilience. The Circle also plays a massive role in enabling people…

Ontario Indigenous Youth Partnership Project: A Unique Platform for Youth

Ontario Indigenous Youth Partnership Projects (OIYPP) is ranked sixth among the Indigenous Communities and Philanthropy series. This journal was written to support and empower the indigenous residing in Ontario through participating in their communities via the projects which improve social, spiritual, physical well-being and environmental life.
This is the best platform where youths and teenagers can get the chance to be mentored and receive inspirational messages. They get an opportunity to participate in the skills training programs where they get an …