Non-profit organizations in Canada operate on increasingly limited resources and rarely have funding to support core operations. As a result, they often work out of substandard facilities and in isolation from one another. Co-location of non-profits in a single facility is an emerging trend that directly addresses this need by pooling the limited resources of multiple organizations. In this workshop, Eli Malinsky will share the experience of the Centre for Social Innovation's co-location model – a shared space that supports the work of over 80 social mission organizations in Toronto.
Join us in this workshop and learn:
· How organizations can work together to achieve greater efficiencies and build a sense of community
· Explore the ways a shared space can become an animated community space that supports shared learning and new ideas for positive change in our communities
About Eli Malinsky…
Eli Malinsky is the Program Manager with the Centre for Social Innovation (Toronto). The Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) is a hub for Toronto's social mission sector. CSI provides shared space and shared services to over 80 organizations and individual innovators, as well as a variety of capacity building programs and incubation services.
FORMAT: An interactive workshop with opportunities to ask questions and tailor information to your own organization.
DATE: Friday, June 20, 2008 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
COST: $100 + GST; Each additional participant from the same organization will receive a $15 discount.
LOCATION: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, room 5-175
252 Bloor Street West, Toronto (St. George subway station).
TO REGISTER: To register, access the online registration form at
http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/workshops.php or contact Lisa White at [email protected]
Social Economy Website: http://socialeconomy.utoronto.ca
Official Website: http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/workshops.php
Added by goran.matic on May 23, 2008