Scouts Canada was embarking on a revitalization initiative to invigorate the Scouting movement. The Alberta wing of the organization needed to decide what to do next with its many aging facilities and longtime programs across the province, all the while aligning with national changes that were underway.
In partnership with the Sinneave Family Foundation, Capacity Builders has helped to develop the Worktopia project – a four year, $20,000,000 initiative with $11.4 Million contributed from the Government of Canada.
Autism Canada is a national incorporated non-profit charitable organization. It was founded in 1976 by a group of parents committed to advocacy, public education, information and referral, and support for its regional societies. ASC is growing and changing...
Capacity Builders worked alongside Autism Calgary Association to create Meticulon which has since become its own legal entity and began successfully assessing, training and employing consultants with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Calgary.
Capacity Builders was hired by AAISA to complete a risk assessment of the organization as well as provide a guide to risk management for its member agencies.
Capacity Builders helped the Calgary Dream Centre to evaluate its programming, gain support for its ongoing operations and become a leader in addressing homelessness alongside other stakeholders.
Capacity Builders not only found many new funding sources for the CSRS, including the Calgary Herald Christmas fund, but also provided strategic direction to ensure that the board of directors, the staff and funders were all on the same page and working toward one unified vision.
Wycliffe Canada had struggled for decades to create partnerships with major donors in Canada who believed in its vision. Capacity Builders helped Wycliffe discover an innovative approach to bridge this gap, while creating a new organization to fulfill this mandate – Global PartnerLink, a $2.5 Million/year international development organization.
For over 7 years Capacity Builders oversaw the creation and implementation of Food n More, a community-wide social enterprise that brings together over 25 social agencies and community groups, the food industry and all levels of government to address a terrible problem in our community – HUNGER.