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
Eco-Ethonomics Inc is working with Hosteling International Toronto to develop a compelling proposal to acquire city support and financing for their expansion and relocation project, which will establish them as Toronto’s most iconic hostel. A hostel that is equal in design, stature and cultural appeal to those that draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to leading cities around the world. With innovation at the forefront, the project will rely on …Read More
United Way Hamilton Halton
Eco-Ethonomics will help to facilitate the implementation of the Urban Roots project. An urban farm born out of the leadership of devoted community leaders with a passion for bio-intensive micro-farming and the United Way Hamilton Halton. The project seeks to place a focus on experiential learning, using the urban farm as a teaching resource as well as function as a self-sustaining social enterprise and resourceful pillar for the community. Eco-Ethonomics …Read More
Etobicoke Network of Refugee Sponsors
The Etobicoke Network of Refugee Sponsors (ENRS) is a committed volunteer organization consisting of both private and community sponsors within Etobicoke and beyond, to address the needs of new sponsors involved in refugee settlement. The ENRS is a collaboration of Islington United Church and ECULINKS Etobicoke. Eco-Ethonomics has been hired to conduct a feasibility study to address growth modelling prior to investing in the formal development of the network.