Join the Niagara/Golden Horseshoe Chapter in person to view the CAGP Webinar Wednesday!
February 22nd, 2023
Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre
12:30pm - 3:00pm
Five Fallacies of Fundraising That Limit Authentic Relationships with Donors and Clients Presenters: Tanya Hannah Rumble (she/her), Faculty of Arts, Toronto Metropolitan University; Nicole McVan (they/them), United Way Greater Toronto There are a number of harmful ‘best practices’ that we have been taught and continue to perpetuate in fundraising and philanthropy. They have been developed from collective learning in a colonial and capitalist…… system that oppresses entire communities and values wealth creation over equity, our natural world and safety for everyone. These ‘best practices’ deepen inequity, create harm, and weaken our effectiveness and happiness in our roles. They hold us back from real and authentic connections with our donors and clients and hold us back from creating a relationship that invites the donor into the work in a meaningful way. They restrict our ability to make real and lasting change for our causes and to support our clients in creating the impact and legacy they wish to create with their resources. In this session we will unlearn these practices and re-imagine philanthropy that is based on an anti-oppression practice, centers our communities, and is more effective at engaging and inspiring our donors and clients. Tickets are $20 Members / $25 for Non-Members **This fee includes Lunch – Please let us know dietary needs/restrictions/allergies
When 22 February, 12:30pm to 22 February, 3:00pm
Where Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre 3063 Service Rd South Burlington, Ontario L7N 3E9 Canada Contact firstname.lastname@example.org