Edmonton’s non-profit and community based organizations contribute significantly to Edmonton’s overall quality of life and improve Edmontonians’ ability to connect with each other and build community. They provide diverse opportunities for Edmontonians to access services, and participate in activities, programs or events. These organizations are increasingly challenged to find suitable space from which to provide programming and services to Edmontonians.
Non-profit organizations may want access to space in a variety of ways (renting, leasing, sharing and/or developing space). Finding space, whether it is to offer a program or to build a facility, can be a challenging task. These resources are meant to assist non-profit organizations in Edmonton with addressing these challenges.
Edmonton Multicultural Non-profit Groups Space Access Resource
This resource is designed to help non-profit multicultural groups find space for offering activities, programs, services, or events to the community. Information is provided on a variety of topics such as determining space needs, lease agreements, legal considerations, and insurance. In addition, the resource has helpful tips, worksheets, checklists, and contact information for a variety of spaces available for non-profit use in Edmonton.
Edmonton Non-profit Shared Space Feasibility Toolkit
Many Edmonton based non-profit organizations have expressed interest in sharing space or learning more about shared space developments. This toolkit is designed to assist non-profit organizations that are interested in developing or pursuing shared space opportunities by providing information and examples in areas such as ownership models, governance structures, shared resources and financing.