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Adopting the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement: Harbourfront Centre Case Study

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Brief description

This case study is intended to provi de an example of how one organization reviewed the Code for Volunteer Involvement, and set forth a thorough review of each of the organizational standards.

Detailed description

During 2012, Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Ontario went through the process of adopting the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement. In a commitment to strength en their volunteer engagement, they reviewed each of the 14 standards of the Code and compared them to current practices. This case study highlights Harbourfront Centre’s process of adopting the Code, and can be used as an example for organizations consid ering adopting the Code, or for those that have already adopted the Code and are interested in reviewing their current practices.

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Adopting the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement: Harbourfront Centre Case Study, Volunteer Canada, 2012

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Harbourfront Centre

Frédéric Julien / CAPACOA
200-17, York
Ottawa (Ontario) K1N 9J6 / Canada

613 562-3515
frederic.julien@capacoa.ca

www.capacoa.ca

Ce projet est rendu possible grâce à Patrimoine canadien et au Secrétaire aux affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes du Québec

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