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The Cool Corps Organizational Grid
1.) Promoting and Representing Regional Volunteerism
and Recognizing Individuals in the Community
a.) Local Cool to be Canadian® Recognition Events, Awards and Certificates will reward active volunteers for participation in increasing the quality of Canadian life. Cool Parades
b.) Recruiting local "Cool Corps." volunteer reservists will identify individuals interested in protecting their day-to-day community values and investing their time to gain on-the-job experience.
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2.) Providing Volunteer Management Tools to increase
Productivity and Effectiveness of Local Non-Profits
Canada lost 1,000,000 volunteers between 1997 and 2000 and Cool to be Canadian & Volunteer2 are going to get them back!
a.) Provide access to Cool to be Canadian® Volunteer Impact volunteer management software, used to network, develop and attract a committed pool of volunteers for each member non-profit.
b.) "SWOT Team" volunteer management consultants, assisting non-profits in planning and developing successful management strategies and innovative, differentiated services. Concentrating on effective recruiting, recognition and retention as well as the productive use of limited resources.
3.) Providing Recycled Computer Equipment
It's Cool to be Canadian on National Flag Day, February 15th!
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of our distinctive white and red maple leaf flag design, Dell Canada has joined Cool to be Canadian to say: “It's Cool to Recycle”
Cool to be Canadian non-profit and its sponsor Dell Canada are looking for citizens to visit the Aucun Ordi Perdu website and learn more about how their old computers should be put to rest and good ones put in the hands of non-profit organizations.
When Canadians see their flag today,(and every day) remember that our responsibility as citizens is to protect the country and beautiful environment it represents.
To learn more about how you can participate, visit www.AucunOrdiPerdu.ca
“Cool Hardware for Warm Hearts” (Hardware for Hearts)
a.) Cool to be Canadian arranges for refurbished, updated, computer work stations to be given to local non-profits with the purpose of eliminating resources "wasted" on technology, and increased focus on the provision of community services.
b.) The technical assistance volunteers of E-Medics.com assist in resolving technology problems and setting up hardware and software in non-profit offices.
The Cool Corps.
The Cool Patrol - Young Canadians can become members of the Cool Patrol if they believe in their communities, and support the principles of "Be, Buy, Boost Canadiantm".
Unlike the "Shop Canadian" and other weak "Top Down" efforts of the past (which primarily influenced Tourists looking for authentic Canadian-Made items, and had little effect on every-day Canadian consumer habits) the Be, Buy, Boost program, managed and operated by young Canadians, is a grass-roots movement to help consumers (their peers, parents and new immigrants ) make informed buying decisions directly related to maintaining healthy, successful communities. 3-B will help young Canadians to re-build their home communities, participate in stimulating local job growth and create new "home-grown" opportunities for all Canadians.
The Volunteer Impact software.
The SWOT Team.
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