In partnership with Vancity, Common Good is inviting leaders and connectors in the not-for-profit sector to an employer information session:

Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019
Time: 2pm-3:30pm
Location: Alice MacKay Room, Vancouver Public Library – Central Library, 350 West Georgia St (near Stadium/Chinatown SkyTrain)
Please RSVP to [email protected]

In addition to Vancity, Common Good’s champions in BC include Alison Brewin (Executive Director, Vantage Point), as well as committed employers:

  • BC Association of Farmers’ Markets
  • BC Civil Liberties Association
  • BC Society of Transition Houses
  • Boundary Women’s Coalition
  • Burnaby Community Services
  • Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society
  • CPAWS BC
  • New Leaf Project
  • New Market Funds
  • North Island Survivors’ Healing Society
  • Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society
  • Seniors Outreach & Resource Centre
  • Shanti Uganda
  • Volunteer Terrace
  • WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre
  • West End Seniors’ Network
  • Wildsight

In order to launch Common Good, the initiative needs confirmed support from employers who are publicly committed to offering the plan to employees. To date, more than 65 employers have made the commitment to join. They span a wide range of geographies, including organizations in 12 provinces and territories, from Sackville, NB, to Lloydminster, SK, and from Kimberley, BC, to Pangnirtung, NU, plus major centres such as Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver.

Please join us on Valentine’s Day to discuss the proposed retirement plan, to help us test support and interest in the plan, and, potentially, to learn how your organization can participate.

Who should attend:

The session will be relevant to Executive Directors or HR/Finance leaders at not-for-profits and charities of any size and sub-sector who are interested in enhancing retirement security for their employees, whether or not they currently offer retirement benefits to staff. It will also be relevant to sector associations and organizations interested in helping Common Good serve its stakeholders.

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