The Future Ground Network is an initiative by the David Suzuki Foundation that strives to connect, train, and provide resources for groups committed to organizing and advocating for a sustainable future. ECHO Canada has been fortunate to have been with the network since its pilot stage and to have Director & Co-Founder Tasfia Ahsan recognized as a Network Hero during the official launch.
Founded in 2017 by Nataizya Mukwavi, Black Women Connect Vancouver (BWCV) is a collective of women who come together to inspire, empower, leverage strengths, and share diverse experiences.
Founded by students frustrated with the lack of accessibility in learning computer programming, Coding Pals is a registered non-profit dedicated to providing accessible and high-quality computer programming instruction to youth in Canada.
TURN is an international student-led platform that works to unite student initiatives in order to make them stronger so communities can thrive. TURN Canada fosters all Canadian-based collaborations.
Starts With Youth is a student-led initiative that aims to foster conversation around intergenerational trauma, abuse, and pathways to healing through open dialogue and community building.