Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM ET
Location: Online (details to be sent upon registration)

Unprecedented. Uncharted. Uncertain. These are just a few words being used to describe the times we are navigating as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and its fallout. And, given the degree of uncertainty we continue to face, it’s hard to know exactly what this will mean for Canadian charities and their fundraising.

Organizations must be purposeful in planning how they will recover their fundraising efforts and set themselves on a path for future growth. In this webinar, experts from KCI Philanthropy will share their perspectives and insights on how the pandemic will affect fundraising and philanthropy in Canada - identifying the specific elements that organizations need to examine as part of their ongoing planning activities. Come with your questions and ready to hear some valuable advice and guidance about the areas beyond fundraising that organizations need to unpack and explore to ensure growth.

Eligible for 1.5 CFRE Credits

Sponsored by:

AFP members outside of the Greater Toronto Chapter - Please e-mail us at afpadmin@afptoronto.org to access the member rate.

Speakers
Allison Bone

Associate Vice President

KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.)

Allison Bone brings deep expertise in the areas of major and annual giving, strategic planning, campaign strategy, donor recognition and organizational development. Since joining KCI in 2010, Allison has worked with a variety of clients across all sectors on projects related to strategic planning, organizational capacity assessment and fundraising program analysis. Allison is an active volunteer, and currently serves on the Board of The School of Toronto Dance Theatre and the StopGap Foundation. Allison was Chair of AFP Congress in 2016, and Chair of the AFP Greater Toronto Education committee from 2013 – 2015. 

Susan Storey, CFRE

Partner

KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.)

Susan Storey is a highly respected development professional with 25 years’ experience directing fundraising programs at some of Canada’s most notable charitable organizations. A Partner at KCI, her current work includes strategic counsel for studies and campaigns ranging from start-up to $500 million, and the creation of multi-year revenue generation plans that comprehensively evaluate potential across all fundraising channels. Susan is a past Chair of AFP Greater Toronto, member of the Board with AFP Canada, and current Chair of the AFP Canada Foundation.