The Change Foundation Announces Vendor of Record Request for Proposals

September 19, 2016

The Change Foundation is pleased to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) process for our 2017-2020 Vendors of Record list for Communications/Public Affairs Services.

The Change Foundation is searching for a range of expert vendors to provide specialized advice, services and/or products for one or more of our strategic communications and public affairs needs. The objective of this RFP is to identify multiple vendors who excel under each area of required expertise to support TCF’s strategic communications and marketing goals during a three-year period (Winter 2017 to Fall 2020).

To secure a place in the pool of approved vendors, candidates must have the expertise, experience, resources, rates and approach to provide professional services on deadline and on budget. Successful submissions will show:

  • an understanding of TCF’s mission and focus and the context within which it works
  • the knowledge and ability to clearly and creatively communicate complex, content-rich issues to an array of audiences, from policy-makers to the public at large.
  • a comprehensive skill set and level of expertise that will help TCF make dynamic impacts in Ontario’s health and community care sectors.

Successful applicants will be placed on the approved list of vendors and be considered for jobs in their area(s) of specialization over the subsequent three years.

The deadline for RFP submissions is October 5th at 1:30 p.m. Late submissions will not be accepted. 

To download the RFP document, click the link below:

Download Request for Proposals for Vendors of Record for Communications/Public Affairs Services, 2017-2020 


For more information, please contact:

Communications at


About The Change Foundation

The Change Foundation is an independent health policy think-tank that works to inform positive change in Ontario’s health care system. With a firm commitment to engaging the voices of patients, family caregivers and health and community care providers, the Foundation explores contemporary health care issues through different projects and partnerships to evolve our health care system in Ontario and beyond. The Foundation was created in 1995 through an endowment from the Ontario Hospital Association and is dedicated to enhancing patient and caregiver experiences and Ontario’s quality of health care.


How do we define ‘family caregiver’? By “family caregivers” we mean family, friends and neighbours who provide the vast majority of care, support and enrichment to those who have health related needs. Learn more about us and our work: