Thank you for attending Congress 2018.

We are pleased to share the following presentations with you, by order of appearance.

*PLEASE NOTE: Not all presentations from Congress are available as not all speakers have given us permission to share.

CODE     SESSION TITLE                                                                                                                  

G-01      Ali & Marilla: Digital Campaigns Explained: Elevating Canadian Charity’s Digital Marketing Returns

Y-06       Johnston & Tynan: The Next Generation of Giving 2018 – Are You Ready to Reach Gen Z, Gen Y, Gen X, Boomers and Civics?

R-01       Miller: Digital Transformation: What You Need to Know

G-03      Fulthorpe & Mapa: Partners in Dime: How Advancement Professionals can benefit from Research

Y-08       Highfield & Warner: “We Can’t Do That here!” (Yes, You Can and Your Donors Will Love It): How to Disrupt With Love

Y-09       Church & McNally: Disrupt Peer Review: Innovation in Board Motivation

Y-10       Osborne: Stewardship by the Numbers – Empirical Proof That You Aren’t Doing Enough

T-01       Anderson & Dale: Fundraising as Women’s Work? How Do We Value the Fundraising Profession?

G-06      Legrove & Sophocleous: Destination: Dream Job – Mapping the Nonprofit Career You Want

Y-13       Josephson: The Three Donation Page Types and How to Get Them Just Right

Y-14       Lee: PG Toolbox 2.0

G-09      Josephson: What You Can Learn From 152 Canadian Charities

G-11      Wagman: Micro Events, Major Gifts

G-13      McCombs: Seizing Control of Your Time

Y-24       Chan, Smith & Wayne: The Gift That Keeps on Giving: Unwrapping the Canadian Red Cross Holiday Campaign

Y-25       Osborne: Major Gift Metrics – Measuring Your Way to Success

Y-26       Gough: Acquiring New Monthly Donors Through the Power of Social Media

RS-03    Anderson & Dale: Inclusive Philanthropy: New Research on LGBT Donors

R-06       Blumberg: Disruption in US, UK and Australian Philanthropy and its Impact in Canada

G-15      Hierlihy: LIVE Mentorship – Set Yourself Up for Long-Term Success (Part One)

T-04       Kabir, Locke, Love & Sorum: Fundraising, Feminism and Disruption: Stories, Conversations and Creating True Change Together (LIVE WEBCAST)

Y-30       Luthra: $1 Million Raised in Three Days Before Year End! Leveraging the Power of Government Relations to Increase Revenue for Your Nonprofit

Y-32       Tenenhouse: How Do You Share Your WHY With the World? Emotional Storytelling to Inspire Support(ers)

R-08       Beckett, Cohen & Jaques: Aligning Impact: Investment Meets Philanthropy

G-17      Gaiptman & Warner: Big Shop or Small, Don’t Take Your Eye Off the Legacy Ball

Y-33       Gokhale: Vision 2020: Creating a New Vision for Toronto Philanthropy                                          

G-21      Noordemeer & Waja: Marketing vs Mission: Selling Your Story Without Exploiting Your Population

Y-39       Freeman & Kabir: A Guide to Innovating from the Middle

R-12      Srinavasan: The Many Hats of A Major Gift Development Officer