Index to The Philanthropist Volume VII

Cite as (1987) or (1988), 7 Philanthrop. No. pp. PREPARED BY CLAUDIA WILLETTS, M.L.S. Subject Index A ACCOUNTING Financial value. Calculation for training managers Fall 1987(Vol.VII,No.l), pp. 12-18. ACCOUNTING STANDARDS. Non-profit organizations Integration into CICA Handbook Fall 1987(Vol.VII,No.l), pp. 30-35. ACCOUNTING STANDARDS. Non-profit organizations Integration into CICA Handbook. Concerns of universities Spring 1988(Vol.VII,No.3), pp. 29-31….

Memo: Public Trustee’s Notice For Ontario Charities

Pursuant to the Charities Accounting Act, charities are required to provide to the Public Trustee the following documentation and information: 1) Notification of inception. A copy of the complete Letters Patent or other documents that bring the charity into existence. Please notify us of any Supplementary Letters Patent or changes in the terms of the…

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Enterprise in the Nonprofit Sector By J.C Crimmins and M Keil Published by Partners for Liveable Places and The Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Washington. D.C and New York, 1983. REVIEWED BY WILLIAM GLEBERZON Executive Director. Meals on Wheels of Ontario, Inc. According to the authors of Enterprise in the Nonprofit Sector, the juxtaposi­tion of the words…

Viewpoint: Unmasking the Two-Tier Tax-Credit Scheme

Readers are invited to respond to articles in this section. If appropriate, their views will be published. Introduction In justifying the new two-tier tax credit scheme for charitable contribu­tions, Finance Minister Michael Wilson has produced some rather perplexing, as well as anemic, platitudes. According to the Minister the new scheme is fairer than the old…

The Development of a Successful Corporate Volunteer Program

This article was developed from a presentation to the Corporate Volun­teer Council of Metropolitan Toronto on September 14, 1988.  We all know that one of the critical components in any company’s success and profitability is the commitment of employees to the company. One way to develop that commitment is to show employees our commitment to…

Social Investing: Using Capital to Promote Foundation Goals

Introduction Whether the economy is expanding or declining, the prospects of employ­ment for unskilled, marginal or disadvantaged people are likely to remain poor. The general hardships of unemployment are multiplied for young people who have no experience and limited education and for minorities who face discrimination. Without work and the status and feeling of purpose…

Recent Tax Developments

Information Kit Relating to Non-Profit Corporations Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada has released an information kit on the incorporation, etc. of a nonprofit corporation. This kit covers essentially all of the documentation required in order to incorporate a nonprofit corporation under Part II of the Canada Corporations Act. It includes such documents as model by-laws,…

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