Max Bell Foundation 2016 Annual Report Now Available

Max Bell Foundation’s Annual Report for 2016 is now available. You can find other annual reports here.

Updated Funding Priorities

Max Bell Foundation seeks to support work that has a strong likelihood of informing public policies and practices. One way we try to ensure that happens is by focusing our grants on issues that decision makers are grappling with today and into the fore …

Now accepting applications for the 2018 Public Policy Training Institute

We are currently accepting applications for the 2018 Public Policy Training Institute. The deadline is November 6, 2017. More information and the application form can be found here.

Final Report on Call To Arms Consultation on the Future of Policy Advocacy by Charities in Canada

On May 10-11 2016, 73 invited participants assembled in Calgary to discuss and debate the appropriate roles for Canadian charities in the development of public policy. The final report on that consultation is available here.

A New President for Max Bell Foundation

Calgary, AB  16th May, 2016 “I am pleased to announce that Allan Northcott will succeed David Elton as President when he retires on December 31, 2016,” Carolyn Hursh, Chair of Max Bell Foundation, announced today. Allan joined Max Bell Foundation in 19 …

Max Bell Foundation welcomes new Program Officer – Margaret Herriman

We are pleased to announce that Margaret Herriman has joined Max Bell Foundation in the capacity of Program Officer. Margaret’s responsibilities will include helping to ensure the relevance and positive impacts of the Foundation’s granting programs. Be …

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