Starting and sustaining a non-profit aren’t easy tasks. It’s important to understand what’s involved in the process before moving forward.
Presented by a lawyer and social economy finance experts, you’ll discover things like:
- different legal types of non-profits like incorporated non-profits, contractual associations, cooperatives, social enterprises, and registered charities,
- the steps to creating an incorporated non-profit, and
- sources of financing for non-profits.
By attending this workshop, you will have the opportunity to register as a participant for a community of practice with our experts at a later date. 10 people attending the community of practice in person will also be offered a free 3-hour consultation with a lawyer.
You can attend this workshop in person or remotely. Please make sure to select the right ticket option below. We recommend attending in person if you want to interact more with the presenters. If there aren’t any more in-person tickets available for this date, check out the other opportunities to attend this workshop on October 5 at YES Employment + Entrepreneurship or on October 13 at Éducaloi.
Register now to secure your spot. This workshop will bring you one step closer to creating your non-profit and transforming your community.
If you plan to attend this workshop in person, you will find the address below:
To learn more about these topics, consult:
- Web guide: Creating a Non-profit
Éducaloi created this workshop in partnership with PME MTL Ouest-de-l’Île and Yes Employment + Entrepreneurship, and with the collaboration of SEEnet.
This workshop was made possible by the Government of Canada.
It has been designed to meet the needs of English-speaking communities, but all are welcome to attend.