Campaign: Jobs & Economy

Tax Benefits for Volunteers

Volunteers who contribute to the success of our not-for-profit organizations and charities should be eligible for tax benefits that are in direct relation to the work they are performing. For example, a volunteer who contributes 4 hours per week, should be eligible for a tax receipt, as if they had made a cash donation, for 208 hours. The value of those hours would be agreed upon at the onset of the project, or would ...more »

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Campaign: Health Care

Too Many Health Care Charities

The exploding number of health related charities is making it confusing for donors. When each new disease gets its own foundation, you get too many competing fundraising campaigns and too much money spent on administration. The provincial government needs to encourage charities to reach a consensus about common infrastructure, particularly in the health care sector. Policy makers and the public also need clarity about ...more »

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Campaign: Fair & Just Society

Charity and Voting

Using a program like cLLike.com and partnering with charities, such as Political parties, could entice the Canadian Youth to service their country. Youth are infatuated with social media and like spending other peoples money. Giving them the opportunity to make donations on behalf of companies to charities will increase their awareness of charity work. Additionally the software could be used to entice voting. Partnering ...more »

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