Key-To-The-Sector Workshop with webcast

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Also available via live webcast with 3 months archived recording access.

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Fundraising in a Multicultural Community 
Attend in-person or online

Gina EislerDon't miss this outstanding opportunity to spend a day with Gina Eisler, MA, CFRE, Vice President, Philanthropy, at the Scarborough Hospital Foundation. Gina raises funds in the most diverse community in the world.

Download or view Gina's bio here.

Stats Can estimates that by 2031 one in three Canadians will be a visible minority.

So we need to do a better job of raising funds from our diverse and ever growing multicultural communities.

Each of our current fundraising methods is being challenged by diversity – from direct mail through event sponsorship, we have to learn how to reach out, build relationships and raise funds from, and with, our new Canadians.

The morning session will provide examples, explore case studies on different religious and cultural communities and provide suggestions to help you develop relationships that will help research diverse prospects, communicate in new ways, open doors and ultimately raise funds.  

The afternoon will focus on building a major gift and capital campaign model to work within our diverse communities.  Beginning with the case for support, and then tackling everything from volunteer recruitment, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship/ recognition – we will work through “lessons learned” and best practices developed in what Ipsos Reid determined is, “the most diverse community in the world” – Scarborough, in East Toronto. 

 A frequent conference speaker and an experienced workshop leader, Gina gets rave reviews every time she teaches. Don’t miss this workshop and webcast with a fundraising pro!

Download or view the Agenda here.     See Registration details below.

Your in-person registration includes lunch, snacks and a detailed resource kit of tools and reference materials to help you apply what you have learned.

Early Bird $247 plus HST until April 2nd; $297 after

Paid subscribers to CF&P or GPIC receive a 25% discount!

Don't wait to register as space is limited. 

Your webcast workshop registration includes:
1. a detailed resource kit of tools and reference materials to help you apply what you have learned
2. online participation in the live training including technical support
3. three months of online access to the archived training

If you are unable to attend in person or prefer to join us online, we will be webcasting this workshop live on April 18th.  You will be able to see the video transmission, power point slides, and ask questions of the presenter, as well as chat with others watching online. You will also have access to the complete archives for your use for 3 months.

To participate all you need is a computer with a fast internet connection, but registration is required. Technical support is provided.

Single webcast attendee $247 plus hst until April 2nd; $297 after
Webcast Group attendance: $100 extra
Paid subscribers to CF&P or GPIC receive a 25% discount!