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Philanthropy 101 – Seven-Part Course for Family Foundations and Individual Philanthropists

Next cohort starts April 2021

This seven-part series explores topics that every family foundation struggles with, from governance and inter-generational dialogues to charity assessment and evaluation. We have designed this series to allow for cross-pollination of ideas from participating families in an effort to foster community and leverage the collective wisdom and resources of the group.
This course is for individuals and families looking to set up a foundation, existing foundations that are on-boarding new leadership (family or non-family), or those that are re-examining their purpose and mandate. We will be bringing forward case studies that will be most pertinent to those in the cohort so each course will be unique to those who are attending.

Learning Outcomes:

  • A clearer understanding of where and how best to gain more bang for your
    “social buck”
  • Understand the funder table dynamics. Identify your foundation’s blind-spots
    and how to manage them
  • How to affect the change you want to see beyond your cheque-book
  • A clearer understanding of the issues facing the different regions in Canada
  • Develop skills and tools for on-boarding the Next Generation and strengthen
    your legacy
  • How to identify pitfalls and avoid blind spots
  • Gain skills in the area of grantee evaluations and funding opportunity
    assessments

Investment:

$1900 + GST/person

Family Foundation Discounted Rate (up to 3 members):

$1400 + GST/person

Join us for this very unique seven-part course on the Foundations of Family Philanthropy.

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