PLAN Institute for Caring Citizenship works to reduce the isolation of people at the margins of society, and to enable the contributions of all members of our community.
Global leaders in social enterprise, we connect people, germinate ideas, and incite action. We advocate for policy reform, train leaders, support organizations, create social innovations, facilitate networks, and initiate dialogues.
We offer training, consultation, research, and publications – for individuals, families, organizations, support workers, and professionals. We collaborate with community groups, government, and business.
Successful projects include:
social finance innovations;
Tyze online personal neworks for anyone facing a life challenge;
a national Social Innovation Generation partnership;
Family Talks discussion forums;
and personal network development support for more than 40 national and international organisations.
Our core values of family leadership, relationship building, contribution, and resilience drive this work. We also build on more than 20 years of PLAN experience, working with families to build a good life for people with disabilities.
First Canadian non-profit organization to conduct an externally verified social audit.
Successfully overhauled adult guardianship legislation in British Columbia.
Fostered the global Philia Dialogue on caring citizenship.