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A Guide to Mobility & Independence: A Comprehensive Listing of Essential Services and Transportation Providers in Edmonton and Outlying Communities

Medically-At-Risk Drivers (MARD) Centre

A Comprehensive Listing of Essential Services and Transportation Providers in Edmonton and Outlying Communities Mobility is important to an individual's health and independence. However, sometimes health conditions and other circumstances limit mobility. When that happens it is necessary to find al

An In-Depth Analysis of Ride-Scheduling Software Programs

Medically-At-Risk Drivers (MARD) Centre

This comprehensive report provides information on the different ride-scheduling software options available to organizations providing alternate transportation to seniors and those with disabilities.

Alternate Transportation for Seniors: An Examination of Service Providers in Urban and Rural Alberta

Medically-At-Risk Drivers (MARD) Centre

Alternative transportation for seniors has been identified as an unmet need in many jurisdictions throughout North America, and Alberta is no exception. Increased longevity and the aging of the baby boomers has heightened both the awareness and the need for responsive models of alternate transportat

Assisted Transportation Network Alberta

Assisted Transportation Network Alberta

In early 2017, the Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council and the Medically At-Risk Driver Centre began a project that reached out to 50+ different agencies or organizations who either provide, rely on, or advocate for assisted transportation services for older adults. The goal was to gain a deeper u

Postponing or closing a volunteer programme – How to communicate with your volunteers

Volunteer Ireland

Volunteer Ireland shares tips on communicating about postponing or closing volunteer programs.

Leading an organization: 15 things to keep in mind as leaders adjust to the new realities of COVID-19


This blog post, originally published as a series of tweets by Phil Buchanan - president of the Center for Effective Philanthropy and author of "Giving Done Right: Effective Philanthropy and Making Every Dollar Count" - touches on 15 things to keep in mind as leaders adjust to the many new realities

COVID-19 multilingual resource options

End Poverty Edmonton

End Poverty Edmonton has shared links for information on COVID-19 that provides multilingual resources.

COVID-19 resources for non-profits – funding, human resources, mental health, volunteer management, peer connections, etc.

Association of Fundraising Professionals

The Association of Fundraising Professionals gathered resources to help guide non-profits in their fundraising, donor communications, and more. LEARN MORE

TOOLKIT: Event management and fundraising resources during the COVID-19 pandemic


As the global COVID-19 situation continues to evolve rapidly, organizations are facing difficult decisions when it comes to the management of their in-person events and protecting the health of their supporters. Blackbaud shared a guide to help organizations quickly set up a basic response as well a


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