Moving Mountains Initiative – Get Involved!
Moving Mountains is an initiative by and for the people living in the Bow Valley. We are taking a regional, Bow Valley-wide approach to strengthening civil societies across the Bow Valley.
The initiative is a partnership between Banff Canmore Community Foundation (BCCF), and Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) at the Town of Canmore and Town of Banff.
Join the Moving Mountains conversation! “We want to hear from Bow Valley residents – we’re plotting a path towards a stronger civil sector and a healthier, wiser, and more sustainable and inclusive community.”
Register to participate in an upcoming Moving Mountains community dialogue, or recommend someone to attend! Please spread the word about this opportunity with your personal and professional networks in the Bow Valley. Any questions about Moving Mountains? Connect with Jeanie – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bow Valley Non-Profits Speaker Series
Bow Valley Non-Profits hosted nine free learning webinars over the last year. The topics for these sessions was informed by survey feedback provided by local non-profits. Watch the recordings to learn more about:
📌 Grant Writing
📌 Fundraising Strategies
📌 Content Strategy & Writing
📌 Communications Planning
📌 The Value of Collaboration
📌 Strategic Planning
📌 Event Planning in Banff & Canmore
📌 Endowment Fund Development
📌 Board Governance
Improve Your Board Leadership Live Interactive Webinars
- Understanding Your Legal Landscape
- Board Roles and Responsibilities
- Legal Responsibilities
- Organizational Purpose and Planning
- Financial Responsibilities
- Risk Management
- Committees and Meetings
- Building a Strong Team and Effective Relationships
BoostUp – A Cardiac Pitch Competition
Local Kristy Wolfe Photography is participating in Western Canadian Children’s Heart Network’s first ever pitch competition! Boost Up, a Cardiac Pitch Competition, is a virtual event held on February 8, 2022 at 7:00 pm MST.
Join the Audience! Sign-in and vote for the best pitch! Winners may receive up to $10,000 towards their ideas to support families affected by congenital heart disease. And, the first 100 people to register will enter a draw for a $500 pay-it-forward raffle!