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Pre-feasibility Assessment

MATCH International Women’s Fund

A non-profit organization focusing on women’s rights around the world, MATCH International has expanded into the world of social enterprise with Cov(her), a business endeavor which supports women’s rights organizations, in Canada and abroad, to continue to do their work by offering shared back office functions. A specialist in social enterprise development and sustainability, Eco-Ethonomics was hired by MATCH International Women’s Fund to help grow and expand their current social …Read More

Volunteer Canada

Eco-Ethonomics Inc. is working with Volunteer Canada and the National Collaborative on Child and Youth Protection to develop a social enterprise concept to create an online platform for volunteer screening. This business model is focused on two main service offerings.  The first service is based on creating an online platform building a community of volunteers and organizations offering volunteer opportunities, and then providing user-friendly tools for efficient and risk-sensitive screening, …Read More