Sustainability Network Presents:
This global crisis has affected the economy and charities in an unprecedented way. Fundraising is on hold for some charities, but for others an extreme growth in volume and crisis level growth in need. Where do environmental philanthropy and our charities fit into the response, recovery and rebuilding?
Our speaker will share case studies from the current response as well as the perspective from the world of planned giving where there has been a north american phenomenon around the creation of Wills. We will explore Canadian data on giving and the medium of monetary transaction that we need to prepare for these next phases of the economy and where philanthropy will fit in. We will also discuss the launch of Canada’s movement to normalize including charities in Wills and the very specific element of environmental giving included in the fall campaign. This workshop will be specific for environmental charities and will include discussion elements for us to share solutions to what is uncharted territory for our sector.
Thursday, May 14, 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Cost: $20 per person
*A recording of the presentation and a copy of the presentation slides will be available to all who register.
Paul Nazareth is a leader in Canada’s philanthropic sector with over 20 years’ experience. Currently the Vice President, Education & Development at the Canadian Association of Gift Planners, he was most recently VP at the charity CanadaHelps where he worked with over 20,000 charities, many of them from the environmental movement. He has been a philanthropic advisor with a national Wealth Management firm working with Donor Advised Funds, spent over a decade with charities like the University of Toronto and the 230 Churches of the Catholic Church of Greater Toronto. Paul is on the board of several charities, is Chair of the Advisory Board at the Humber College postgraduate fundraising program, on the Advisory Council of the Carleton Masters in Nonprofit Leadership program, lead faculty instructor on Advisor Education with Knowledge Bureau as well as tax and advisor communities like Advocis, CPA and Estate Planning Councils.
Event description from Sustainability Network.