What is Innoweave?

Innoweave helps passionate leaders of successful community organizations learn about, select, and implement new tools and approaches to generate greater impact and advance their missions.

Each approach has its own module, which is described below.

Explore Innoweave's five step process

  • 1 hour
  • 1 day
  • 6 months
  • ongoing...

The Innoweave Modules

  • Announcements

    Generate greater impact! Apply today for Innoweave workshops

    If you’ve got a great idea and need support helping make your project a reality, you can apply for an Innoweave workshop! Workshops are designed to help leadership teams clarify an approach and determine next steps. View all workshops here.

    New Social Innovation Labs Materials and Self Assessment!

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  • News

    October 19, 2016

    Case Study: The Hamilton Healthy Birth Weights Coalition

    This case study has been developed based on reports and updates shared by Vanessa Parlette, Public Health Services at City of Hamilton and key lead on the development of this collective impact initiative. Introduction The Hamilton Healthy Birth Weights Coalition serves as a model for genuine collective impact. Since entering the Youth CI program in […]

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    October 17, 2016

    The latest NEW Innoweave funding recipients

    Last month, we announced several new recipients of Innoweave Implementation Funding as part of our latest round of coaching support for nonprofits across Canada. This month, we are proud to announce the latest organizations that will receive customized coaching, allowing them to use new tools and implement social innovation approaches to help them achieve and […]

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    September 19, 2016

    DE helps Calgary Sexual Health Centre redefine how they address the needs of ethno-cultural communities

    By Natasha Blanchet-Cohen, Concordia University Project overview The Calgary Sexual Health Centre (CSHC) works in Alberta to normalize sexual health with a focus on healthy bodies, healthy relationships and healthy communities. Initially, the developmental evaluation (DE) project was based on the desire to enhance CSHC’s current work to reach newcomer populations. Often the topic of […]

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