The Tamarack Institute for Community Engagement is a registered charity supported by member contributions, foundations, businesses and government, as well as through revenue generated from consulting, coaching, and custom workshops and learning events.
Our Canadian Charitable Registration Number is 862808615RR0001.
We invite you to read our 2017 Annual Report which features highlights from 2017 and our plan forward over the coming years. As it is Tamarack's 15 year anniversary, it also includes a special reflection. We also welcome your feedback and invite you to share ideas or your own stories about the work of this Institute and its meaning for you.
We thank you - our partners, members and key supporters - for your contributions to this robust learning network. Your combined efforts enable this network to be a connected force for community change.
Annual Reports from previous years are also available:
The Board provides governance for the work of Tamarack and counsel toward its strategic focus and direction. Our Board of Directors of Directors meets quarterly and is chaired by Alan Broadbent, Chair and CEO of Avana Capital Corporation and The Maytree Foundation.
The Tamarack team and our Treasurer follow best practices in all our accounting procedures and we are audited annually. Tamarack’s full audited statements are available upon request. Please email email@example.com to request a copy.
Tamarack is excited to present a special one-day workshop with Max Hardy, a leading Australian Community Engagement consultant, along with Liz Weaver and Sylvia Cheuy of the Tamarack Institute to learn core principles and innovative practices to better engage your community.
Drawing on case studies from Australia and Canada, as well as techniques and activities that demonstrate alternative ways to meaningfully engage communities/citizens throughout the lifespan of your project, workshop participants will leave with the confidence to design and lead efforts to generate effective solutions to address our most challenging community issues.