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COCo’s New Staff Evaluation Process

When we meet with community groups, we often hear groups talking about their staff evaluation processes- or lack thereof. Staff evaluations are an important accountability mechanism for any organization, but also an important moment for staff to get a sense of how they are doing- in fact, as much as we might find it nerve-wracking, […]

2017 Was a Big Year at COCo! Here are Some Highlights

With our Annual General Meeting over, and our 2017 annual report ready and online, we thought it would be fun to share some highlights from our year with COCo friends and family. If you are a real keener, go ahead and read the whole thing (you can find it here!)- and if not, here are […]

C’est le moment de devenir membre du COCo!

À un mois avant notre assemblée générale annuelle, nous voulons rappeller à notre communauté que c’est possible de devenir un membre du COCo! Devenir membre du COCo, c’est un moyen de participer au fonctionnement démocratique de notre organisation, et de démontrer votre engagement envers notre mission. En guise de rappel, le COCo est un organisme provincial à but non lucratif qui œuvre pour […]

Financé par PSOC? Le gouvernement prévoit des changements au programme

Le ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) révise en ce moment le Programme de soutien aux organismes communautaires (PSOC). Si tout se déroule comme prévu, le MSSS devrait effectuer des consultations ce printemps sur ses nouvelles orientations. Bien que l’échéancier demeure imprécis, les regroupements régionaux en santé et service sociaux organisent une […]

Nous recrutons un nouveau membre de notre conseil d’administration!

Le COCo est un organisme provincial à but non lucratif qui œuvre pour un secteur communautaire québécois inclusif et axé sur la justice sociale, dans lequel les organisations populaires peuvent prospérer parce que nous croyons que c’est un élément important de la création d’une société plus juste et équitable. À cette fin, le COCo fournit […]

The Provincial Budget is Almost Here, and Community Groups Have One Last Chance to Be Heard!

The provincial budget is close to being announced, and the coalition of community groups that has been leading the charge against cuts to social services and nonprofit organizations has one last day of actions planned for Montreal on Tuesday, March 13th.  The “Missing Persons” Demonstration FRACA Montréal invites you all to an animated picket line where we will […]

Social Media Trainings for Community Groups from COCo

We’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2018 edition of COCo’s social media trainings, Co-Clic-Co! For the past two years, COCo has been running a series of social media trainings, in French and directed towards Centraide-funded organizations. This year, we are launching the first series of trainings in English, open to […]