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SEDI receives $10,000 donation to help shelter residents transition to secure housing
19 March 2013
National charitable organization, Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI), is pleased to announce the receipt of a $10,000 donation in support of its Independent Living Account (ILA) program, from an anonymous fund at the Toronto Community Foundation. The ILA program enables low-income people living in transitional and shelter housing to build the financial...
Webinar - Enhancing your Financial Education Program
6 March 2013
March 12, 2013, 3:30-4:30 pm (EST) / 12:30-1:30 pm (PST) - Assets for Independence (AFI) Resource Center will be hosting a webinar as part of its “Tools for Success” series. In this hour-long webinar, you will hear from two representatives of the National Endowment for Financial Education, a foundation dedicated to inspiring empowered financial decision-making fo...
Minister Menzies applauds efforts of the Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy to build a brighter financial future
20 November 2012
As part of a series of Financial Literacy Month events, the Honourable Ted Menzies, Minister of State (Finance), participated in the launch of a new report, titled The Case for Financial Literacy, by scholar Jennifer Robson, of Carleton University.Read more...
The Case for Financial Literacy
15 November 2012
The Canadian Centre for Financial Literacy (CCFL), a division of Social and Enterprise Development innovations (SEDI), today launched The Case for Financial Literacy, a research report providing evidence that financial literacy education is a critical support for low-income and vulnerable Canadians and can make an important contribution to their well-being. “Low...
Financial Literacy Action Group Launches Canada's Second Annual Financial Literacy Month
29 October 2012
With one of the highest debt-to-income ratios in the OECD and savings rates that are 75% lower than twenty years ago, Canadians are visibly struggling with their financial obligations in an era of increasing financial complexity.Read more...
SEDI Urges Ontario Government to Act on Social Assistance Commission Recommendations
27 October 2012
National charitable organization SEDI – Social and Enterprise Development Innovations, today endorsed the recommendations of the Commission for the Review of Social Assistance in Ontario and called on the Government of Ontario to move forward with their implementation as soon as possible. “The Commission’s report tackles the systemic barriers current...
Elizabeth Mulholland confirmed as SEDI CEO
11 October 2012
Dear friends, I am pleased to announce the confirmation of Elizabeth (Liz) Mulholland as SEDI’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective September 1, 2012. After 11 years as a SEDI Board member, Liz stepped in as Interim CEO in November, 2011. Since then, she has led the organization through a comprehensive strategic planning process, helping to set an ambitious ...
How To Fix Income Inequality - Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
7 June 2012
“Several polls released this spring reveal the extent of concern among Canadians about worsening income inequality."Read more...
Social Planning Toronto releases first-ever poverty profiles of the city’s 44 wards on Destitution Day - The Toronto Star
6 June 2012
“The D is for destitution, and it is the date a single person on welfare would run out of money if he or she were living at the poverty line, according to Social Planning Toronto."Read more...
Learning Circle on innovative strategies for engaging youth in financial literacy
16 April 2012
This Learning Circle will provide an opportunity for practitioners to learn about innovative ways/models of engaging youth in financial literacy as it relates to educational attainment. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about the Youth.Read more...
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