Nonprofit Health | Nonprofit Insights | kdpconsulting.ca

Is Your Nonprofit Positioned for a Prosperous Future?

Nonprofit services have become an integral part of our society and we depend upon their good works everyday. With this in mind, executive leaders and governance volunteers need to dedicate greater effort to improving their organization's financial health and succession planning. We can all agree, we need healthier nonprofits to help create healthier communities.

Cultivating Nonprofit Innovation | Nonprofit Insights | kdpconsulting.ca

Cultivating Nonprofit Innovation

To adopt an innovative mindset requires leadership that empowers staff and volunteers to solve problems that matter most to executing an organization's mission. Nonprofits stewarding a curious culture, where staff are permitted to question assumptions and constructively challenge the status quo more often produce better innovative results.

Is your nonprofit building capacity? | Nonprofit Insights | kdpconsulting.ca

Is Your NonProfit Building Capacity?

When nonprofits thrive in a healthy ecosystem and are deliberate in capacity building over time, it strengthens a nonprofit's ability to deliver its mission.

Can Charity Gyms Compete? \ Nonprofit Insights | kdpconsulting.ca

Can Charity Gyms Compete?

Organizations, like the YMCA, universities and government municipalities operating in this fitness space are uniquely positioned to impact the health and wellness of individuals, strengthen our communities and extend their Missions. I am suggesting 3 areas where charities/nonprofits could better compete to gain market share and improve the health and well-being of Canadians.

Is your organization's team stuck?

Stuck In The Muck?

Are you feeling like your nonprofit organization is stuck in the proverbial muck, making little to no progress? Maybe one or more of the scenarios ...

Nurturing 21st Century Skills at Camp

Nurturing 21st Century Skills at Camp

This summer marks the 130th anniversary of organized camping in Canada. Founded by the YMCA, the first overnight camp - Big Cove YMCA Camp (NS) - began operating in 1889; and since it's inception, organized camping has grown into a dynamic industry across Canada. Today, overnight camps are more relevant than ever preparing youth for both school and career success. In particular, the nurturing of 21st Century skills.