Strengthening the Partnership Between Government and the
TORONTO, July 14 /CNW/ -
An interactive, online consultation with the not-for-profit sector was
launched today as part of The Partnership Project.
The Partnership Project is a discussion about how to strengthen the
relationship between the Ontario government and the province's
With more than 45,000 not-for-profit sector organizations in Ontario,
the consultation hopes to attract a broad cross-section of participants
and opinions. The website features an online survey, interactive
discussion blog as well as a portal where participants can submit
research or other relevant documents.
In addition to the online consultation, the Co-Chairs have been hosting
small, regional Roundtables with groups across Ontario to discuss ways
to renew, streamline and modernize the relationship between government
and the not-for-profit sector.
To participate in the online consultation, please visit
QUOTES from the Co-Chairs of the Partnership Project
"The online consultation is an open forum for discussing what is and
isn't working in the sector and to generate new ideas about how
government and the sector can work better together. We are asking the
sector to identify changes that can be made to strengthen the
relationship between the provincial government and the not-for-profit
- Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Citizenship and
"Almost every person in Ontario comes in contact with a not-for-profit
organization, either as an employee, a volunteer or a service recipient.
We invite all Ontarians, particularly those who work for
not-for-profits, fund them or receive services from them to participate
in our online discussion,"
- Helen Burstyn, Chair, Ontario
SOURCE Ontario Trillium Foundation
For further information: For further information:
Angela Kooij, Senior Communications Officer, Ontario Trillium Foundation, email@example.com, 416.963.7917
Jack Kado, Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-314-7012