The not-for-profit is an amazing workplace: full of people with passion and vision to make our world a better place. Nurturing communities, and providing opportunities for volunteers, the not-for-profit sector contributes to our nation’s wellbeing in significant ways. See more on the unique role of not-for-profit organizations.
As a former not-for-profit Executive Director, Colette also knows that keeping up with the demand for service can often delay the completion of administrative tasks. With declining budgets and increasing accountability, however, reporting, grant applications, evaluations and policy updates are more important than ever.
Colette Squires and Associates provide cost efficient and timely solutions to competing priorities. Short-term contracts provide targeted expertise to get things done – on time, on budget, and in accordance with your direction.
Project based services include:
- Program Design and Development
- Evaluation Design and Completion
- Proposal and Grant Writing
- Volunteer/Staff Training and Coaching
- Policy and Procedure Updating and Development
- Organizational Development
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With excellence and follow-through, we help you secure the results you need. Contact us or call 604-309-7319 to discuss how your project can be accomplished sooner that you thought!
“Colette is a highly skilled mediator, who has a natural ability to connect with people and guide them through conflict. She shows her clients compassion, empathy, and understanding.”
— Mediation colleague
"I’ve been privileged to work with Colette for over 3 years, observing first-hand the positive connection she creates with all parties involved in disharmony. Her communication skills help clarify the problems, assisting participants in moving forward towards a better understanding of each other. Her expertise in supporting parties in conflict to work towards a sensible solution demonstrates her understanding of the nature and needs of conflict resolution. Her background in grief counseling makes her particularly adept in working with hurting people."
— Mediation Collegue