Did you know that Canada has the second largest non-profit sector in the world?
The non-profit sector is a significant economic force in Canada – accounting for 6.8 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) and employing 12% of Canada’s population (over 2 million full-time workers).
Though the non-profit sector plays an important role in the Canadian economy, non-profit organizations continue to face challenges. Obtaining funding has become more competitive and unpredictable while the number of donors and volunteers are declining.
In order to remain viable, non-profit organizations recognize the need to attract talented workers, expand technological capabilities, develop leadership skills, encourage innovation, and focus on strategic planning, marketing and customer service.
But money is scarce and training seems out of reach.
The government understands the difficulties that non-profit organizations face. Canada and Ontario have allocated funding to help sustain and grow your organization. Through the Canada-Ontario Job Grant, 2/3 of the cost of training your employees will be reimbursed up to $10,000 per-person. If you have less than 50 employees and cover the cost of wages while training, up to 5/6 may be reimbursed.
This is a golden opportunity to improve specific skills of your employees, learn the latest trends in your sector, focus on proposal writing, marketing, social media, web development, volunteer management, attracting donors, etc.
You choose who you will train, who the trainer will be (eligible third party) and what type of training is required.
There has never been a government paid training incentive as generous as the Canada-Ontario Job Grant. Funds for this popular program are accessible through the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre an Employment Ontario Service Provider – Call 905-579-1821 or email Employment Specialist, Michelle Campbell at email@example.com.
You will be guided you through the process and provided with any support that you need in the application.
Unleash the potential of your workforce! Take advantage of this opportunity while you can!
Get started! Call 905-579-1821 and ask to speak to Michelle Campbell.
Watch a short animated video to learn how the grant can help Durham Region businesses and the economy succeed.
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