Seven online learning modules accompanied by virtual workshop sessions and seven hours of expert coaching support. Each module integrates the real-world experience of non-profit leaders who understand the complexities of impact sector organizations.

  • MODULE 1 - The Culture of Money

    Explore your current financial state, challenge your organization’s limiting beliefs and make the shift to abundance

  • MODULE 2- Traditional Strategies

    Apply entrepreneurial thinking to traditional non-profit fundraising strategies: donations, grants, events, and contracts

  • MODULE 3 - Fee for Service

    Explore fee for service models, pricing strategies, risk management, and managing change

  • MODULE 4 - Social Enterprise

    Explore your social enterprise readiness, startup or acquisition opportunities, growth strategies, governance, and legal structure

  • MODULE 5 - Assets

    Map your financial and physical assets, shift from underperforming to performing, and explore social purpose real estate as a strategy

  • MODULE 6 - Partnerships

    Understand the value of your brand, find, and build strong corporate and philanthropic partnerships, and craft a compelling value proposition

  • MODULE 7 - Leverage

    Align your organization’s hiring, purchasing, banking, and investments to your mission and increase impact

  • MODULE 8 - Final Presentations

    Solidify your strategy and gain the wisdom of the collective by presenting to your program cohort


Thriving Non-Profits is developed by Scale Collaborative and delivered to specific regions and across Canada, through partnerships. Thank you to our partners, your contributions are helping the non-profit sector become more financially resilient.

Scale Collaborative
Coast Capital Savings
Victoria Foundation
Calgary Foundation
Nanaimo Foundation
West Vancouver Foundation
Rural Opportunities Fund

We respectfully acknowledge that the offices of Scale Collaborative are located on the unceded, ancestral, and traditional territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən-speaking peoples, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.