Regional Networks

Regional Networks

Graphic representation of a network

As a network, we are pleased to share resources about networks working at a regional level.

Ontario’s regional networks:

– Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Network : CKNN’s mission is to engage with and advocate for nonprofit and charitable organizations that work for the public benefit in Chatham-Kent. Its goal is to bring together the nonprofit sector of Chatham-Kent to find its collective voice and to demonstrate its value to the community.

– Pillar Nonprofit Network : Pillar strengthens the impact of the nonprofit sector. It connects the three pillars- nonprofit, business and government – to create community impact. It sparks innovation.

– Toronto Nonprofit Network : TNN is a new and growing city-wide network of more than 100 nonprofit organizations from a wide range of sectors including social services, arts and culture, health, education and sports and recreation. It brings the diverse voices of the city’s nonprofit sector to government, funders and business to create and influence systemic change.

In other provinces:

Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations

Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations

About networks

The role of networks in the nonprofit sector– A series from a collaboration with The Philanthropist, 2018

Smarter public policy: Tips from a pilot network on political activities by Bill Schaper, Imagine Canada, January 10, 2017

– How the federal charity reform process can be enriched by provincial and regional nonprofit networks by Jillian Witt, an ONN guest Blog, January 4, 2017

Fledgling Toronto Nonprofit Network formally launches, begins asking tough questions, Shape My City, November 2016

Growing a regional nonprofit network by Kim Broadbent, CKNN, April 10, 2015