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Fostering Reconciliation & Building Trust with Indigenous Communities


Inspirit Foundation was recently highlighted in PANL Perspectives, as part of the Shifting Power in Philanthropy series.   Run by faculty of Carleton University’s Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership program, PANL Perspectives publishes evidence-based research, reports, and stories—and offers insights that inform professional practice, public policy, and deeper conversations about philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in Canada.  For this series, several Canadian foundations—both public and private, signatories to The … Continued

Leading Canadian Foundations Increase Investments to Advance Reconciliation


On the first anniversary of the Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund, we acknowledge not only the truth of the legacy of residential schools, but also the ongoing efforts at reconciliation.  At the closing event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 2015, Inspirit Foundation, Laidlaw Foundation and The Sprott Foundation were among the original signatories to The Philanthropic … Continued