iWave Thrilled to be Named Give Back Nation’s Exclusive Expert Sourcing Partner for Wealth Screening

iWave Thrilled to be Named Give Back Nation’s Exclusive Expert Sourcing Partner for Wealth Screening

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CHARLOTTETOWN, Oct. 15, 2019 /CNW/ – iWave, the industry’s top-rated prospect research platform is happy to partner with Give Back Nation as its Expert Sourcing Partner for Wealth Screening. Give Back Nation is a one-stop giving and fundraising hub and national 501(c)(3) community foundation. After vetting and considering other platforms and solutions in the nonprofit technology space, they have chosen iWave as their exclusive partner.

Logo: iWave - the Industry's top fundraising intelligence platform. (CNW Group/iWave) (CNW Group/iWave)

“Give Back Nation is thrilled to share iWave’s dynamic wealth screening capabilities with the organizations we serve and support,” said Kyle Gregory, CEO and Co-Founder of Give Back Nation. “Leveraging their comprehensive and cross-referenced data suite with billions of records, iWave dramatically impacts organizations of all sizes and we are excited to select them as an Expert Sourcing Partner.”

The partnership will highlight a collaborative effort to help and support nonprofits looking to take their fundraising to the next level. Give Back Nation aims to help organizations and individuals receive hands-on coaching, training and customizable access to online and on-site fundraising tools, grant writing, strategic planning, event management, donor management, workplace giving, donor advised funds, wealth screening, planned giving and more. For wealth screening, they recommend iWave to any size organization looking for accurate wealth and philanthropic information on prospects and donors.

One of the reasons GBN selected iWave was because iWave’s Screening. iWave’s Screening is built on a foundation of customization and transparency that is the first of its kind. It enables development departments to segment hundreds or thousands of individuals they know little about, into a prioritized list of prospects with the greatest capacity and inclination to donate a major gift to their organization. iWave’s fresh approach gives teams the confidence that they’re asking the right person, for the right amount, at the right time.

“The iWave team is excited to be selected as a GBN Expert Sourcing Partner to expand our impact,” said Trent Beattie, VP Channels & Strategic Alliances at iWave. “We look forward to empowering more organizations with accurate information to increase prospect development efficiency and effectiveness.”

About Give Back Nation: Headquartered in Orlando, FL and founded in 2006, Give Back Nation is your one-stop Giving & Fundraising Hub and national 501(c)(3) community foundation creating bigger waves of impact across the country. In 2018 alone, GBN, its affiliates and its partners helped give back over $316 million to over 440 nonprofits and helped generate over $1.6 billion in planned gifts. GBN serves and supports motivated nonprofits, forward-thinking businesses, top-tier financial advisors, passionate celebrities, impactful professional athletes and Giving Americans with an arsenal of tools, knowledge, coaching, strategy and implementation. Learn more at www.givebacknation.com.

About iWave: iWave is the industry’s top-rated fundraising intelligence platform. Their prospect research and wealth screening solutions help you identify top prospects and determine their capacity and inclination to give to your cause. Using iWave you can present the right ask to the right person at the right time, empowering you to fundraise with confidence. Since 1991, over 6000 clients have used iWave to power their development efforts. Learn more at www.iwave.com or book a demo today.

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Cognibox President Becomes First Canadian Member of U.S. National Safety Council

Cognibox President Becomes First Canadian Member of U.S. National Safety Council

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Chantal Trépanier brings nearly 20 years’ experience to the National Safety Council board of directors

MONTREAL, Oct. 15, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ – Cognibox is pleased to announce that Chantal Trépanier, President and Chief Strategy Officer, has been named to the National Safety Council (NSC) board of directors.

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As a Francophone Canadian, Trépanier brings a unique perspective to the NSC board. Trépanier has led Cognibox as CEO for close to 20 years. Earlier this year, she shifted roles to President and Chief Strategic Officer as she spearheaded a new partnership with Georges Karam (a seasoned entrepreneur who has made his mark in the information technology field), BDC Capital, Fondaction and W Investments Group. This shift was part of a new mission to fuel the growth of Cognibox in the international market and assert it as a world leader in risk management and contractor compliance.

For Trépanier, the opportunity to contribute to the North American health and safety community as part of the NSC board is important. “I look forward to using my experience at Cognibox to serve the goals of the National Safety Council,” says Chantal Trépanier. “A focus on safety is integral to what we do at Cognibox, which is why I am looking forward to joining the NSC board. Together we will promote and advocate for safety at work, on the road, and at home.”

Chantal Trépanier, M.Ed, is a celebrated business executive, having won the Entrepreneure, grande entreprise category in the 2013 Prix Femmes d’affaires du Québec awards, and the Investissement Québec 2015 CEO of the Year Award. She launched the technological shift that led to the creation of Cognibox software, the main driver of SIM’s growth.

“We are very pleased that Chantal is joining the NSC board,” said Lorraine Martin, president and CEO of the National Safety Council. “Chantal’s contributions to health and safety, both at home in Canada and throughout North America, are well known. Her expertise in teaching adults safety excellence, combined with her knowledge of health and safety, make Chantal a great choice. The NSC team is excited to learn from and work alongside Chantal.”

“While the NSC has been in operation for more than a century, this is the first time we will have a Canadian sit on our board of directors,” said Andrew Johnson, chairman of the National Safety Council board of directors. “We are quite excited that Chantal will bring this valuable perspective to our board.”

Trépanier’s term began on September 8 and will be in effect until October 10, 2021.

Leader in risk management and contractor compliance, Cognibox offers one of the most flexible and comprehensive solutions on the market. Over 250 customers in North America use Cognibox to manage contractor risks specific to their sector of activity. The company’s solution provides a combination of expertise, software and training, as well as a full spectrum of outsourcing services and administrative support. Our recently published white paper offers an in-depth insight into the Cognibox solution and details best practices for managing contractor compliance in an efficient, secure and cost-effective manner. The Cognibox community currently boasts over 200 000 members, contractors and employees of contractors, enabling hiring organizations to work with top industry contractors and suppliers in areas such as workplace health and safety, the environment, sustainable development, quality and regulatory compliance. More information is available at www.cognibox.com.

For over 100 years, the National Safety Council has been the nation’s leading safety advocate, helping make workplaces nearly ten times safer than any other place we spend our time. Today, the National Safety Council works to reduce risk at work, in homes and communities, and on the road. Through leadership, research, education and advocacy, and with support from our members, volunteers, donors and community partners, the NSC’s mission is to eliminate preventable deaths in our lifetime. The National Safety Council also stewards the Campbell Institute, the global center of excellence for environmental health and safety. www.nsc.org/

Cognibox President and Chief Strategy Officer, Chantal Trépanier, has been named to the National Safety Council (NSC) board of directors. (CNW Group/Cognibox)

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Media Advisory – Ontario Nurses’ Association to Host All-Candidates Roundtable Discussion on Preventing Violence Against Nurses

Media Advisory – Ontario Nurses’ Association to Host All-Candidates Roundtable Discussion on Preventing Violence Against Nurses

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Nurses to call on federal election candidates to

develop a national strategy

OTTAWA, Oct. 15, 2019 /CNW/ – Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) leaders and front-line members will discuss the serious issue of workplace violence against nurses at a roundtable discussion. All local federal election candidates have been invited to participate as nurses call on federal candidates to commit to developing a national strategy on workplace violence in health care.

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For too long, political leaders have ignored what nurses and health-care professionals have been experiencing firsthand

workplace violence is constant and is on the rise,

says ONA President Vicki McKenna, RN.

We need a national strategy to prevent workplace violence in health care and end these avoidable injuries to those of us who want to focus on healing patients, not ourselves and our colleagues.

As part of ONA

s Nurses Vote 2019 campaign, front-line members are speaking to local candidates about the serious and worsening issue of workplace violence. ONA is demanding concrete actions from candidates during this federal election, including pharmacare for all, an end to workplace violence, and national standards for long-term care, including phasing out for-profit homes at the expense of our frail and elderly.

ONA is the union representing 65,000 registered nurses and health-care professionals, as well as more than 18,000 nursing student affiliates, providing care in hospitals, long-term care facilities, public health, the community, clinics and industry.


ONA All-Candidates Roundtable on Violence in Health Care


Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 7:00 to 8:30 pm


Nepean Centrepointe Public Library, Room 1B, 101 Centrepointe Drive, Ottawa, ON










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