What is Innoweave?
Innoweave helps passionate leaders of successful community organizations learn about, select, and implement new tools and approaches to generate greater impact and advance their missions.
Each approach has its own module, which is described below.
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The Innoweave Modules
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Innoweave helps organizations move from idea to action, through a 5-step process that supports nine practical tools for social innovation. Looking to enhance your impact in the new year? Attend a full-day workshop with your leadership team, and commit to building a strategy to make your idea a reality!
Innoweave is proud to work with hundreds of community sector organizations across the country. To date, more than 200 organizations from across Canada have undertaken projects with Innoweave's support. Check out our Meet Innoweave Organizations page to learn about their successes and how Innoweave is helping them generate greater impact!
September 29, 2015
8 lessons from the John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area’s experience developing a new social enterprise to achieve greater impact! – Part 2
Last week, we profiled Part 1 of a conversation between Princess Alexander, an Innoweave Social Enterprise coach, and Dave Stam from the John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area to discuss the implementation of their business plan, which they developed with funding support through Innoweave’s Social Enterprise module. In Part 2 of this series, […]
September 16, 2015
8 lessons from the John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area’s experience developing a new social enterprise to achieve greater impact! – Part 1
Princess Alexander, an Innoweave Social Enterprise coach, recently sat down with Dave Stam, Manager of Youth Services, John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area (JHS) to discuss how they are leveraging years of knowledge and expertise gained through community programming to develop a new model for preventing conflict and dispute resolution using the social […]
June 29, 2015
Youth CI: New Opportunities and 23 New Grantees!
Youth CI kicked off another Ontario-wide tour last week to engage with communities and organizations interested in Collective Impact for youth outcomes. These events are the start of our second cohort, a new round of opportunities for youth-focused collaboratives to join the program. We are grateful to our partners for welcoming us to their communities. […]