Following the release of the Space for Community Final Report SPRE and its municipal members prepared a series of webinars exploring some of the key topics highlighted in the study.
If you are from a not-for-profit, social enterpise, real estate or development sectors, government, an artist, a funder/investor in the social purpose real estate or if you are just curious about these themes, watch the recordings webinars to learn more about pressing issues in the Social Purpose Real Estate sector.
Stay tunned for more events happening in the Fall!
"SPACE FOR COMMUNITY - Challenges and opportunities for the social purpose real estate sector" webinar
On June 2, Jacqueline Gijssen (SPRE) and Jennifer Johnstone (Central City Foundation) discussed key findings of the Space for Community Final Report, highlighting real estate challenges faced by not-for-profits, social enterprises, and artists. They also presented opportunities and recommendations for the sector.
Jacqueline Gijssen | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Johsntone | email@example.com
WATCH THE RECORDING HERE!
"COMMUNITY-SERVING SPACES: ADDRESSING DISPLACEMENT AND LOSS" WEBINAR
On June 9, Ada Chan Russel (City of Vancouver) and Lesley Sherlock (City of Richmond) showed how both Cities are working to help the social purpose sector, including not-for-profits, social enterprises, and artists, in finding and securing spaces for their activities through policy and new initiatives.
Ada Chan Russell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesley Sherlock - email@example.com
Watch the recording HERE!
"lessons & approached to shared space development" webinar
On June 16, China Brotsky talked about the importance of shared spaces and their benefits. She shared case studies and lessons based on the book she co-authored and on her vast experience in nonprofit management, real estate and finances.
China Brotsky - firstname.lastname@example.org
watch the recording here!