The Pod Group (PG) is a creative consulting firm dedicated to serving the unique needs of community and not-for-profit organizations. At our core, we prioritize the integration of equity, diversity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work as we believe a culture of inclusivity and engagement is vital for the success of all organizations.

Through this effort, we offer human resources solutions and strategic planning services that incorporate these values to empower organizations and align services and initiatives that are customized and forward-thinking to support growth, capacity, and organizational strategies that have a positive impact on the people and communities served.


We are thrilled to announce that our team has been recognized in the Canadian HR Reporter’s Innovative HR Teams 2024 report for our efforts in advancing the HR profession through recruitment, technology and HR strategy.


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Our Mission

Engaging, empowering and elevating people in building highly successful organizations.



We believe the success of an organization stems from a team that is aligned with an organization's vision, mission and purpose, where goals and objectives are made with the best interests of the clients they serve and the marginalized and vulnerable populations across our communities. We embrace the principles of anti-racism, anti-oppression, equity, diversity, inclusivity, and belonging while creating and promoting culture and engagement.


We are committed to achieving meaningful and substantive improvements in supporting equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging in all the work we engage in.



PG provides a true creative and strategic resource that will elevate your HR capabilities through consulting or complete outsourced services in achieving your organizational goals and overall sustainability. We serve the unique needs of community and not-for-profit organizations, which extends with great success in serving a number of sectors including social services, developmental, housing, corrections, mental health and community health care.


We acknowledge York Region is located on the traditional territory of many Indigenous peoples such as the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat and Métis peoples and the treaty territories of the Haudenosaunee, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and Williams Treaties First Nations. This land is now home to many diverse Indigenous peoples. York Region is located within the boundaries of the Nanfan Treaty, Treaty 13 and the Williams Treaties. There are also other land claims and treaty rights involving portions of York Region that have not been resolved. The Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation is a Williams Treaty First Nation and the closest First Nation community to York Region.