Director, Diabetes Prevention Hiring Announcement
We are thrilled to announce that Jeff LaPlante has joined the Lawson Foundation as our new Director, Diabetes Prevention. Jeff joins the Lawson team at a critical time as we sharpen our Child & Youth Diabetes focus to concentrate on the prevention of type 2...
Youth-led environmental groups are “scraping for morsels” to find funding
Excited to share the second article in our partnership with Future of Good! As climate disasters in Canada and the world are getting more frequent and severe, youth-led environmental groups are leading some of the most innovative projects in the sector. Despite the...
Climate Change Gets Under 10 Hours of Class Time per Year – These Seven Youth-Led Environmental Initiatives are Taking Action Anyway
Excited to share this first article in our partnership with Future of Good! Read on to learn about the amazing work of young leaders across Canada taking on environmental action and climate change https://bit.ly/3MTG7Xp
We’re hiring! (CLOSED)
We're hiring! Join our team as a Program Director and lead our work focused on addressing the diabetes epidemic in Northern and remote Indigenous communities. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3uB7YEc.
Knowledge Infrastructure Project to Create New Understanding About Canada’s Charitable Sector
Carleton University’s Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership (MPNL) faculty team is launching a major five-year research project that will change our knowledge about the charitable sector in Canada. For the announcement, please click here. For an overview of...
Call for Letters of Intent: Prevention of type 2 diabetes in northern and remote Indigenous communities
Details about the call including eligibility criteria, available funding and the application process are available here.