Please join us in for our AGM and

 Lunch and Learn

“Above the Clouds“

Practical tips to rise above in your fundraising this fall 

 with Paul Nazareth

Tuesday, September, 18, 2018

Rockway Golf Course

11:30 am Registration and Networking

11:55 am Lunch

12 Noon -Annual General Meeting 

12:15 am Speaker Paul Nazareth

Members Free  – Fundraiser Non Member $35 before Sept 6/18

Fundraiser Non Member $45 after Sept 6/18



Above the Clouds: Practical tips to rise above in your fundraising this fall.

Mediocrity is leaving momentum to the status quo – the charity sector creates strategy silo’s in annual, major, planned giving when EVERY charity needs to have integrated fundraising strategy in 2018. Donors have been convinced that philanthropy is just for philanthropists, the wealthy. When we need to show ALL our donors how they can support us in a variety of ways. Together we will rise above – and discuss not just the trends but also the threats (like crowdfunding) and opportunity (demographic change) in the charity landscape of today and tomorrow. Resources will be shared to help you engage funders, donors and their advisors. You will leave not just feeling hopeful but with actual action items you can put to work before the end of 2018 to raise more right away and how to create a brighter funding future for the important work you do in 2019 and beyond.

Paul Nazareth

Paul Nazareth is a leader in Canada’s philanthropic sector with over 18 years’ experience. Currently the Vice President, Education & Development at the Canadian Association of Gift Planners, he most recently was VP at the charity CanadaHelps. He has been a philanthropic advisor with Scotia Wealth and spent over a decade with charities like the University of Toronto and the 230 Churches of the Catholic Church of Greater Toronto. He is on the board of several charities, is Chair of the Advisory Board at the Humber College postgraduate fundraising program, a speaker in every Province with the Association of Fundraising Professionals, a national faculty instructor with CAGP and writes on philanthropy for a variety of publications as well as appearing on national television to speak about philanthropic trends.