Happy news!!

Happy news!!

Small Change Fund would like to congratulate Aisling, our former Executive Director and now Board Member, on becoming a new mother! Maeve Simone Afia Dadson arrived July 23rd, 2021. Mum
Help Stop Urban Sprawl in Hamilton

Help Stop Urban Sprawl in Hamilton

Stop Sprawl Hamilton is unstoppable! In just two weeks we’ve already reached 65% of the crowdfunding goal. Over 3,300 acres of beautiful and productive land surrounding the City of Hamilton
Nature United Press Release

Nature United Press Release

A 2021 study led by Nature United confirmed the vital role natural climate solutions have to play in our fight against climate change. The natural climate solutions investigated in the
Buses, and Shuttles, and Trains, Oh my!

Buses, and Shuttles, and Trains, Oh my!

When was the last time you thought about all the good that comes from the humble city bus? You may not realize it, but public transit benefits everyone, even those
Welcome, Daniel!

Welcome, Daniel!

Small Change Fund welcomes Daniel Teklu to our team as Bookkeeper! Daniel was born and raised in Ethiopia and moved to Canada three years ago. He lives in North York,
Why Crowdfunding?

Why Crowdfunding?

You have the cause and the passion, but you don’t necessarily have the funds to make your vision happen. Enter crowdfunding. Crowdfunding is a valuable tool in a non-profit or
Welcome, Vinofa!

Welcome, Vinofa!

Small Change Fund would like to welcome Vinofa Muthulingam to our team as a Community Worker! Born and raised in Southern Ontario, Vinofa attended X University where she completed her
What is Natural Infrastructure?

What is Natural Infrastructure?

Earlier this year the Canadian Federal Government announced a $200 million Natural Infrastructure Fund in their Budget 2021. But what exactly is Natural Infrastructure? Natural Infrastructure utilizes natural solutions to
Welcome, Abbie!

Welcome, Abbie!

Small Change Fund welcomes Abbie Branchflower to our team as Communications Specialist! Abbie was born in the UK, grew up in Southern Ontario, and now resides in the Annapolis Valley