A Closer Look, funded by United Way Greater Toronto, is a core part of United Way’s Building Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy, which is aiming to close the rising gaps within priority neighbourhoods by targeting efforts, resident engagement and improving access to community focused tools for change. A Closer Look is led by a collaborative which includes Routes Connecting Communities, Jericho Youth Services and Georgina Food Pantry. The overall objective of Eco-Ethonomics’ …Read More
Established through funding from Global Affairs Canada which was announced in June 2019, the Equality Fund seeks to combine international feminist grant-making with an innovative investment arm, delivering new momentum for the women’s rights movement and supporting the advancement of gender equality globally. The Equality Fund is a consortium of partners led by The MATCH International Women’s Fund, African Women’s Development Fund, Calvert Impact Capital, Canadian Women’s Foundation, and Community …Read More
The MATCH Fund is Canada’s only international women’s fund. They fund grassroots women’s rights organizations around the world as they work to dismantle barriers, challenge perceptions and advance women’s rights. The MATCH Fund came to Eco-Ethonomics for help in determining what the best strategy was for the future of their social enterprise, Cov(her). Cov(her) had been providing back-office supports (Human Resources and Bookkeeping and Strategic Financial Management) for a number …Read More
Feed the Need Durham is a food hub in Oshawa that distributes food to 51 organizations including food banks, shelters and soup kitchens in Durham Region. Eco-Ethonomics has been hired to conduct interactive and engaging workshops on Social Enterprise Capacity Development for the primary board members.
The United Church of Canada is interested in better tracking outcomes and evaluating the impact of its work in effectively supporting the start-up (i.e. Ideation and Proof of Concept) of social enterprise and social innovation initiatives across its national network of members. Eco-Ethonomics Inc. has been hired to develop a strong theory for change, logic model and evaluation framework for the social enterprise eco-system being developed. Based on this solid …Read More
Shalom Village is a non-profit organization based in Hamilton, Ontario that provides a host of services for mature adults within the context of Jewish culture, values and Kashruth. Eco-Ethonomics Inc. has been hired by Shalom Village to develop and conduct a series of Social Enterprise Workshops that will help them develop their capacity in Social Enterprise development. The workshops series starts with a primer on Social Enterprise and continues to …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics Inc. and associates will be providing coaching and support for four youth social entrepreneurs over the next six months. Each of the entrepreneurs is receiving funding from Futurpreneur Canada and have launched successful mission-based, for-profit enterprises. Eco-Ethonomics is providing strategic advice and guidance on areas such as social impact measurement, social marketing, financial planning and others.