PWAC Toronto Chapter Writing to Change the World! 


Kim Lear, VP Professional Development   


Thursday February 21, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST

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Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, Room R318 
750 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, ON M5S 2J2

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Are you passionate about social causes? Do you want to know your words are making a difference? Writing for some of Toronto’s 5,785 registered charities may be right for you!

Learn how freelancers can work with charities, nonprofits,
and social enterprises. Hear ideas for finding clients in the nonprofit sector and working with them to create content that makes a difference.

Thursday, February 21, 2013



Cathy Mann
As President of Cathy Mann & Associates Inc, Cathy helps clients develop the infrastructure and culture of philanthropy required to build sustainable development programs and breaks complex matters into achievable actions.  Cathy is Academic Coordinator and an instructor at Ryerson’s Fundraising Management program.  During her time as Executive Director, Frontier College Foundation received the 2007 Award for Excellence in Fundraising for Small Shops
 from the International Association of Fundraising Professionals. Cathy is an active volunteer.


Nandy HeuleNandy Heule launched her career as a staff news reporter and she continues to freelance to publish news and feature stories. She earned a Master of Arts at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of Western Ontario and studied economics at Calvin College in Michigan. Her nonprofit clients have included Canadian Feed the Children, World Renew, Cancer Care Ontario, Canadian Blood Services, Senior Peoples Resources of North Toronto, and a variety of United Way member agencies. She is an accredited business communicator and an active member of the International Association of Business Communicators Toronto Chapter.


Karen LuttrellKaren Luttrell uses strategic communications and inspiring writing to help charities raise more money, find more volunteers, and fill programs. She managed communications for local, national and international nonprofits before launching her freelance business. She serves clients working in health, education, equality, and poverty reduction. Karen is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the International Association of Business Communicators. She volunteers as VP Communications for PWAC Toronto Chapter.

Register Now!FREE for PWAC members and students (please register online; students, please show proof of academic enrollment at the door)
Members of associate writers’ groups $10 online registration (up to midnight before event) or $15 at the door
Non-members $15 online registration (up to midnight before event) or $20 at the door