CSCNL will be hosting its Annual Volunteerism Luncheon on Thursday, January 29, 2015 at the Holiday Inn in St. John's. This is an excellent opportunity to begin thinking about how to say thank you to volunteers. Tickets are now available and must be purchased before January 23. Click "more" to register for the event online.
The CSC is holding its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, and we have a call out for expressions of interest in joining our board. For the details, click "more"
People living in the Clarenville-Lethbridge-Bonavista region have a new way to find out what’s on the go in their communities. The newly-launched calendar at cbevents.cscnl.ca is a modern, powerful event calendar that anyone in the region can use.
On October 16 and 17, the CSC NL hosted a workshop on building partnerships and strengthening collaborative processes. Michelle Yetman and Linda Brett, Regional Partnership Planners from the Rural Secretariat – Office of Public Engagement, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, facilitated these sessions. The CSC NL was pleased to partner with OPE.
The purpose of the ANSER award is to foster and acknowledge graduate research excellence and innovation in the field of nonprofits and the social economy in Canada. Full-time Landed Immigrant or Canadian graduate students focusing on nonprofit and social economy research are invited to submit their applications by December 19, 2014.
Want to know what's on the go in Newfoundland and Labrador? After a ton of work searching them out, the CSC now has compiled a database of over 3100 websites of community organizations in Newfoundland and Labrador
Want to find someone doing work you're interested in? Search by keyword. Want to find someone nearby? Search by community or region. Not in the directory? Email email@example.com
|Community Sector Council NL gratefully acknowledges the many funders who support our work: