Programs & Services
Pillar Nonprofit Network brings a voice to the nonprofit sector. Providing leadership, advocacy and support to our member organizations, our core service areas include:
Increase the nonprofit sector’s effectiveness by offering professional development and networking opportunities, discussion forums, and resources. More
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Engage the community in the nonprofit sector by promoting volunteerism and effective volunteer management. More
Improve the capacity of our member organizations by sharing relevant information and opportunities. Promote and advance research efforts into the nonprofit sector. More
Advocacy & Awareness
Increase awareness and advocacy of the nonprofit sector as well as celebrate nonprofit sector success, organizational excellence and individual achievement. More
Pillar Consulting & Advisory Services
Pillar Consulting & Advisory Services works with nonprofits and charities to achieve breakthrough results and maximize community impact. Our high quality and cost effective services build capacity, foster greater collaboration, and facilitate social innovation and resilience in the nonprofit and charitable sector and community.
- For more information, about our Services, click here.
- Contact Jen Denys, Director, Pillar Consulting & Advisory Services, here.
- Read our blog here.
Social Enterprise for Sustainable Communities Program
Pillar's Social Enterprise Program will help organizations explore, prepare for and launch social enterprise initiatives.
- Learn more about the Social Enterprise for Sustainable Communities Project here.
- Contact Chris Moss, Social Enterprise Program Manager, here.
- Read Chris' blog here.
- Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
- In partnership with Richard Ivey School of Business, United Way of London & Middlesex, CISED (Ottawa) and Sarnia Community Roundtable.
Collaborating for Community Impact Program
Pillar’s Collaborating for Community Impact (CCI) Program enables and promotes a culture of cross-sector collaboration and partnership in London. Given our challenging global economic climate and recent austerity budgets announced by various levels of government, it is timely for our community to consider how its nonprofit organizations, businesses, educational institutions and government may collaborate to better serve mutual stakeholders.
- Learn more about the Collaborating for Community Impact Program here.
- Contact Maureen Spencer Golovchenko, Community Collaboration Program Manager, here.
- Funded by the Ministry of Citizenship & Immigration