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Organizational Development

Big Carrot

A staple in Toronto for ethical and organic food shopping, Eco-Ethonomics has worked alongside the Big Carrot to design and facilitate a full day strategic planning workshop. Employing a SWOT analysis and the results of a staff survey, as well as leading with both expertise and impartiality, Eco-Ethonomics has helped identify strengths, areas of growth, goals and desired outcomes to create a clear and revitalized purpose, vision and mission for …Read More

Honourable William G. Davis Centre

Based in Brampton, the Honourable William G. Davis Centre for Families opened its doors in 2011 and has since been home to over 20 agencies. As a leader in community hub development, Eco-Ethonomics was hired to aid the Centre in developing a strategic and financial plan that brings them closer to achieving their goal of becoming a more innovative, collaborative community hub. A hub based on shared delivery models and …Read More

Skylark Children, Youth and Families

Skylark Children, Youth and Families is a registered charitable organization that provides a continuum of prevention services, early intervention services, treatment and support to families with complex mental health and developmental needs. Skylark provides treatment to those who may be experiencing any number of challenges including anxiety, depression, social adjustment, peer pressure as well as behavioural, psychiatric and emotional diagnoses.  Eco-Ethonomics Inc will facilitate the strategic planning process for Skylark. …Read More

West Hill United Church

The West Hill United Church, located in Scarborough, Ontario is seeking to figure out alternate uses for an underutilized building and lands on their property with multiple meaningful non- profit and/or social innovation business. Eco-Ethonomics was hired by West Hill to conduct an opportunity scan to guide the process of incorporating new uses and user groups within the community and provide a framework to support the development to be undertaken …Read More

Durham College – FastStart DC

Durham College’s FastStart program is seeking to develop a model for social entrepreneurship and social innovation in the form of a central hub or center on campus. FastStartDC is a co-curricular program designed to aid entrepreneurial students in launching their business ideas. In partnership with the ENACTUS program, Eco-Ethonomics was hired to aid in the research and development of this model. ENACTUS is a designation of the FastStart program that …Read More

Food For Life

The Halton Food Security Alliance have been undertaking collective impact initiative aimed at addressing food security in the Halton region. As a part of developing a theory of change collaborative, Eco-Ethonomics has been hired to conduct research on other jurisdictions’ approaches that support low income households to achieve greater food security. The research will help the stakeholders of Halton region in developing effective, unique solutions that addresses the root causes …Read More

Plan International Canada

Plan International is one of the oldest and largest international development organizations working with its partners on ending global poverty by helping children in developing countries realize their full potential while enjoying full protection of their rights and dignity. Eco-Ethonomics has been hired to design Youth-Led Dialogues on Gender Equality and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 in Canada and abroad. The goal of this project is to help young people …Read More

Furniture Bank

Furniture Bank is a socially progressive organization that helps transform lives by giving people in need gently used furniture and housewares, which help turn their houses into homes. Eco-Ethonomics Inc. has been hired to assist Furniture Bank in developing a comprehensive three-year Strategic Plan (2018-2020). To do this, the consultant team will conduct an environmental scan which will include an organizational review and a stakeholder engagement process. Utilizing the learnings …Read More

Victorian Order of Nurses

The Victorian Order of Nurses is interested in expanding it’s 8-Week Fruit and Vegetable Local Food Procurement Pilot program that is run by the Ontario Student Nutrition Program South West Region by utilizing a collective impact approach as a means to demonstrate the potential impact of the local food procurement model at scale. Eco-Ethonomics’ consulting team has been hired to assist in this process to help build buy-in among key sector players, …Read More

Community Hubs Secretariat

The Community Hubs Secretariat published an Action Plan in 2015 after extensive consultation and research. One of the recommendations of that report was to develop a Community Hubs Resource Network for Ontario.  The Resource Network was loosely intended to perform a few key functions to support the development of Community Hubs across the province. Eco-Ethonomics Inc. was hired in January 2017 by the Cabinet Office to perform a Strategy and …Read More