Fundraising Day 2015: Amplify Your Fundraising
April 15, 2015
by Anthony Keatin
This year on Tuesday, May 26, Toronto Fundraising Day will bring together an incredible group of passionate individuals, committed to transforming the communities where we live and work – through fundraising. Held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, a full-day array of educational sessions and plenary speakers will help you to find ways to take your fundraising approach to the next level.
The early-bird registration deal is offered until April 17, 2015. Act now and register!
The theme for Fundraising Day 2015 is amplify your fundraising, and all sessions are designed to help you and your organization reach the next level of fundraising performance.
If you are eager to learn new fundraising skills or looking to refine your existing talents, then Fundraising Day 2015 is right for you. As a delegate, you will be in for an intense and rewarding day of learning, networking and, of course, fun!
The only thing better than having one charitable sector leader kick off Fundraising Day 2015, is to have three!
This year, AFP Greater Toronto Chapter will introduce the first-ever Fundraising Day Power Plenary – three powerhouse speakers sharing their unique perspectives and ideas on passion, philanthropy, and community in a series of short, powerful lectures that will challenge how you think about our profession and the diverse people we serve.
Individually, each of this year’s esteemed speakers has had an incredible impact in their communities and across Canada. Together, they represent three of the very best and most unique voices of the many leaders and perspectives that exist in one of the world’s most diverse cities and countries.
These speakers will motivate, empower, and challenge you, and—just possibly—change how you think about the relationship of community and philanthropy in building a better world—and all of this in just 10 minutes each!
For more information on sessions and to register to attend, visit the Fundraising Day 2015 website.