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After a decade of supporting organizations making a lasting impact in Nova Scotia communities, the Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia announced that it is now called Impact Organizations of Nova Scotia (IONS).
Since it was founded in 2012, IONS has provided support to countless impact organizations that improve lives outside the traditional system, including community gardens, shelters, helping the unhoused, and supporting mental health initiatives. Just like any organization, it has experienced its own share of change and restructuring as community needs have evolved over the years but especially when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, there became a critical need for impact organizations across the province to step in and address the needs of vulnerable Nova Scotians.
With calls for reconciliation, to address anti-Black racism, and Covid-19 highlighting systemic inequities; IONS knew there had to be a better way of working with these impact organizations and that their justice, equity, diversity, decolonization, and inclusion (JEDDI) work was only getting started. This reimagination of how they could better serve the sector gave rise to a total brand refresh and a new identity that they are proud to share today.
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