Date: Tuesday, May 14th 2019

Time:8:30am -10:00am

Cost: $40+HST for AFP Members and $50+HST for Non-Members

Location: Training Centres of Canada - 330 Bay St #610, Toronto, ON M5H 2S8

Breaking News: Tuesday May 14th, Chef Mark Climie-Elliott CFRE and Chief Smile Officer at Operation Smile Canada will be serving up and facilitating this AFP Greater Toronto Chapter session at Training Centres of Canada beginning at 8:30 am sharp. Seriously, he starts on time.

Al a Carte Menu: Featuring food, coffee, and engaging conversation focused on where we’re all at with building a solid middle donor program and how it integrates into the rest of our planning. Whether you have an existing solid mid-donor program or you’re just starting out, Mark will ensure your appetite for learning, sharing and embracing middle donors leaves you filled with lots of mindful tidbits to share with your colleagues back at the office.

What to Bring: Your appetite for learning - and any other cool things you’re doing to raise the bar higher than it already is.

Who is Mark? Mark asks himself that every now and then too! He’s a guy who wakes up every day and can’t wait to get to work. He’s been working in development for 30 years - and still learning. He’s a leadership guy who embraces change, learning organizations, and is committed to bringing donors closer to the beneficiaries they support. He has three lines on his job description – and so should you. To find out more, you have to RSVP and come for breakfast – or Google him.

Speakers
Mark Climie-Elliott, CFRE

CEO & Chief Smile Officer

Operation Smile Canada

Mark Climie-Elliott wakes up every morning thankful that a great day is about to begin.  His passion for philanthropy and community engagement is what drives him to exceed expectations and always question; What if? What else? and What’s Possible. A seasoned fundraiser for 30 years and CFRE since 1996, Mark has learned that it’s really not that complicated to do the right thing when it comes to developing and delivering exceptional donor-centred programs for the many great causes he’s been privileged to represent.