Philanthropy and Aboriginal Communities – Encouraging Developments in Atlantic Canada

This article is the fifth in a series on Indigenous Communities and Philanthropy. SUMMARY: Charity lawyer Richard Bridge shares the example of Ulnooweg, a dynamic and innovative First Nations non-profit that has provided financial services to Atlantic Canadian First Nations for decades. Its development of the charity Ulnooweg Financial Education Centre and success in attracting foundation…

Helping Charities Speak Out: What Funders Can Do

For more information about the Charities and Democracy Project, visit <www.charities anddemocracy.net>. We would like to thank our foundation partners, particularly the Community Foundations of Canada that provided support for a longer study of this issue. For a complete list of our project partners, please see the IMPACS Web site at <www.impacs.org>. In September 2003,…