Vol36No3 | May 2019 | Index

Exchange Magazine's 2019
Intelligent Philanthropy

TOC release for May 2019 issue.

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Mike Lazaridis, intelligent

More funds for Quantum Valley Ideas Lab
by Jon Rohr

Trademark changes
Insights from Colleen Spring Zimmerman
by Jon Rohr

Enquiring minds
Key questions around philanthropy
by Paul Knowles

Ecogifts for the future
rare: protecting future generations
by Christine Thompson

Analytics, research
Where Data can help... but probably isn’t
by Jon Rohr

Value of blue-sky thinking
Perimeter Institute’s Rob Myers in charge
by Exchange Magazine

Thousands benefit from
nutrition programs

Many local people still “food insecure”
by Paul Knowles

Measuring wellbeing
Using info to meet greatest needs
by Exchange Magazine

Canada’s Creative Capital
Celebrating our regional reality
by Paul Kalbfleisch

Our job is to produce good

The Grand Innovations accelerator centre
by Paul Knowles

The time has come
Community Foundation and “impact investing”
by Lynne Short

The benefits of donating

An option for savvy donors
by Sherri Grosz

3 months, 20 deaths, 310

United Way Waterloo Region Communities taking action in the opioid crisis
by Nancy Harper

“Very focused on living”
Hospice of Waterloo growing to give more
support to people living in palliative care

by Paul Knowles

Planting seeds of excellence
St. Jude’s, Scholar’s Hall, Spectrum Academy
by Fred Gore

The how and why of giving
Unique answers to important questions
by Exchange Magazine

Making a Difference
Strong Start has a strong future
by Paul Knowles

Exchange Rates May Be Unpredictable, But Your Business Doesn’t Have To Be
And using that information to fill up “the cracks”
by Paul Lennox

From the editor
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