Wednesday, November 22, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM PST
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Victoria Conference Centre 
720 Douglas Street
Victoria, BC V8W 3M7

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Monica Powell 
AFP Vancouver Island 

Agents of Change Youth Session 

The opportunities to make a difference are endless - you’ve heard that before. As a young person living in our community, we bet you have asked yourself, “how can I change the world, I’m only one person?” At the Agents of Change Youth session, you will connect with hundreds of other young people to learn how you can create a better world for those around you by giving of your time and talents! 

Led by Kathy LeMay, one of the worlds most creative social change agents, learn how even the smallest act of kindness can ignite a spark and change your community forever!    

Kathy LeMay has raised over 175 Million dollars for social change over 25 years. Join her to learn more about how to unlock your philanthropic passions and how you can be a social change agent!  

Youth aged 12-24 welcome!  




9:30 am – 10:00 am – Check-In, collect delegate package, find a seat

10:00 am – Emcee welcome, speaker introduction

10:05 am – Session with Kathy LeMay

10:40 am – 10 minute snack break

10:50 am – Round Table Groups

11:20 am – Emcee session wrap-up

11:30 am – Session Ends

Online registration is now closed.  If you are intersted in attending this event, please contact our Event Manager directly: monica@monicapowellevents.ca. 

Thank you to our Keynote Address Sponsor




About the speaker:

Kathy LeMay is an internationally-recognized public speaker, philanthropic advisor, global social change fundraiser and published author whose purpose-driven life centers on lifting up the voices, stories, leadership and influence of the women and girls around the world. Kathy speaks about the transformative life; of shifting from success to significance, and putting humanity back into modern philanthropy. She coaches social change innovators and global donors to boldly and unapologetically create the world we know is possible. Kathy's book The Generosity Plan, released by Simon & Schuster and Beyond Words in 2010, aims to put philanthropic power into the hands of regular individuals, families, and communities.