#Impact215

Since our launch in 2007, The Roundtable team has given back to our community through a variety of corporate donations, pro bono services and reduced program rates for leaders in the charitable sector. We believe that the ability to learn is one of the most powerful skills in the world. Learning intrinsically changes who we are as people and deepens how we understand one another and our impact on the world.

As we move into the next chapter of our growth, our team wanted to focus our energies and increase the impact of our community work. We wanted to find a charitable partner whose values and mission aligned to our own and where we could continue our work in supporting leaders who want to make a greater impact.

In January 2022, The Roundtable embarked on a multi-year partnership with Indspire through their Building Brighter Futures initiative by launching The #Impact215 bursary program to provide financial assistance to Indigenous youth in Canada. The partnership represented a commitment to fund 5 students over 5 years to the amount of $25,000. 

In January 2023, we expanded our vision and set a goal to support 215 students by launching our #Impact215 campaign in honour of the 215 children found in unmarked graves at the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School.

To bring this vision to life, we formed the #Impact215 Consortium in collaboration with the Indigenous Training Corporation Inc3Coze and Parachute Executive Coaching.

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Watch Glain’s conversation with Bob Joseph, Founder and President of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. and author of the bestselling book 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act, as they explore the many philosophies and beliefs that are woven into the fabric of Indigenous culture and how we can strengthen our own leadership approach as a result.

Join our Consortium of coaches and training companies and help us increase our collective impact

Make a donation to the Impact215 Bursary today

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Maximizing Our Impact: #Impact215

If you are in the leadership development space and would like to join our team as either an Ally or an Advocate, download our How to Get Involved Guide to learn more.

If you are a Roundtable client, help us expand our impact. We have grown over the years through repeat business and referrals, as such, have made a commitment to donate 10% of all referral sales towards the #Impact215 campaign. If you know someone who would benefit from the work we do, please reach out and let us know.

Our collective commitment to Indspire will help transform indigenous education and support First Nation, Inuit and Métis youth across Canada as they pursue post-secondary education. Our clients often tell us that our programs have been transformational to their leadership journeys. This is our opportunity, as a community, to transform the lives of Indigenous youth, together.

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And listen to Olivia's story about the impact that receiving busary support has had on her education and future

Learn more about the #Impact215 Bursary Program

Take a look at one of the many success stories and you’ll see why we are so excited about this new initiative.

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