“An eloquent plea to establish a Canadian charitable sector that is “modern, problem-solving and dynamic” rather than the moribund, status quo-oriented, and tax-break-driven model that disappoints and disillusions all of us.”
“I love the fact that charities in Canada now have a place to have the full context of their stories told, incorporating relevant facts and data, where they will see themselves reflected. And where they can find out what they need to know, with content tailored to their reality . At long last …
On March 18, 2020, two charity sector veterans, Gail Picco and Denny Young, launched The Charity Report, as “an independent source of news in the charity sector.”
“Compared to other business sectors, what we don’t know about the charity sector is a lot,” says Editor-in-Chief Gail Picco. “But the sector is just too big—and there too many lives at stake—for it not have the information it needs to make informed decisions and target resources at a price it can readily afford."
The Charity Report is a means to fill the information and intelligence gap and is assembling a team to work in one or more of its three streams:
- A free website with independent news coverage of charities, the social issues they are to deal with at www.thecharityreport.com
- For paid subscribers, a series of monthly intelligence reports on topics important to the sector
- Bespoke research to organizations wanting tailor-made intelligence.
The existence of The Charity Report means people who work in charities have a news site where they see themselves reflected. We showcase the work of charities within the context they operate, provide analysis of sector wide trends and ask tough questions when we have to.
For more information on Denny and Gail, please visit Editorial and Research.
The Charity Report Literary Hub (formerly the CSP Book Blog) will continue bringing you reviews big idea books for the charity sector. We have a distinguished and dynamic Review Panel representing a diversity of interest in the sector. Since the creation of the blog in June 2019, we've reviewed more than 100 books for our readers. If you take out a free subscription to the blog, we will let you know when we post new reviews, usually on Tuesdays and Fridays.