Travaux des étudiantes au certificat en gestion philanthropique

PhiLab Québec travaille en étroite collaboration avec la Faculté d’éducation permanente (FEP) de l’Université de Montréal et en particulier avec le certificat en gestion philanthropique dirigé par Caroline Bergeron. Dans le cadre de ce programme, une activité d’intégration, à comprendre comme une courte étude sur le terrain, est à effectuer pour l’obtention du diplôme. Cette […]

Philanthropy and Sustainable Development Goals

Philanthropy and the Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals strive for global wellbeing through multi-level action. Each of these objectives presents significant challenges, such as poverty, hunger, education, health, social inequalities, employment and the environment. We must aim for a collaborative approach. This newsletter presents certain aspects of sustainable development. Philanthropic action, through its many partnerships with communities, […]

Philanthropy and COVID-19

Philanthropy and COVID-19

How is the philanthropic sector fairing during the COVID-19 pandemic? What obstacles are grantmaking foundations facing and what steps are they taking to overcome them? Below are some of the most recent stories about philanthropy and COVID-19, from our partners and the broader philanthropic sector, including the latest initiatives taken to combat the current crisis: […]

The PhiLanthropic Year – COVID-19 Special Edition

    The PhiLanthropic Year COVID-19 Special Edition The PhiLanthropic Year is a journal that specializes in the transmission of scientific and professional knowledge within the philanthropic sector, and more specifically, grantmaking philanthropy. The journal meets the need of rendering available, in French and English, knowledge mainly produced by or highlighted by the scientific activities […]

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Philanthropy and COVID-19

With COVID-19, there’s a before and after Who hasn’t thrown stones into a stream to see the waves it causes and their intertwingling? The COVID-19 global pandemic is a huge rock that creates a multitude of intertwined waves.  Few events have the power to generate an impact of this magnitude. It affects everyone, all organizations […]

Evaluating Philanthropy

Evaluating Philanthropy

“I want to make a difference”. This simple statement can easily sum up the motivation of both philanthropic professionals and donors. However, concretely, what does this mean? How can we know if being involved really changes things? When we take a closer look at philanthropic actions, we quickly realize the complexity in measuring its impact. […]

Philanthropy and Sense of Place

Philanthropy and Sense of Place

Conceptual theorizing about place as more than a geo-spatial reality permeates through disciplines such as geography, psychology and anthropology, among others, and has been discussed in the literature for decades. With policymakers shifting toward research-based decision-making, it is relevant to consider a sense of place as a tangible tool that can facilitate greater engagement within […]

Feminist Philanthropy

Special Edition: Feminist Philanthropy

Traditionally, charity has allowed women to carve a place for themselves in the public sphere and to gain a growing influence in certain areas whereas the government’s doors were closed off to them. Nowadays, their participation in philanthropy has become more than a vector for social and political recognition, it is a way to accelerate […]

Rural Philanthropy

Special Edition: Rural Philanthropy

There is a significant disparity that exists regarding the distribution of donations made by foundations between rural and urban areas, with the latter receiving the larger piece of the pie. A study published in 2008 by the Canada Revenue Agency (view here) stated that only 22% of charities were rural organizations (with over one out […]