Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Time:

  • 8:00am - 8:30am - Registration & Breakfast
  • 8:30am - 10:00am - Workshop

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

Cost: AFP Members - $35.00 + HST, Non-Members - $45.00 + HST

Your revenue goal is high, and time is tight. But before you can start fundraising, you need permission. Whether it’s a simple nod of approval, or a complicated formal vote, others have to say yes so you can start. If you’re lucky, getting permission is easy. But often it’s not.

You are up against people whose formal power is greater than yours. They lack your fundraising experience and knowledge. They seek to stop or alter a plan that you know is based in best practice. You have three choices: give up, give in, or attend this workshop and discover how to:

  • Use the approval process to your advantage
  • Navigate decision-making structures efficiently and successfully
  • Grow knowledge of, and respect for, fundraising
  • Enhance your stature and win the confidence of peers and senior leaders
  • Create fundraising allies among Board members, volunteers, and staff

Please log-in to register & to access member pricing.

Sponsored by:

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Questions? Please e-mail Inderbir Malhotra at events@afptoronto.org or contact us at 416-941-9212.

Speakers
Denny Young, MA

Fundraiser, Executive, Teacher, and Coach

Consultant

Fundraiser, executive, teacher, and coach, Denny Young’s award-winning career includes roles in new and established, and small and large organizations, like the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the AIDS Committee of Toronto, Sherbourne Health Centre, and the National Ballet of Canada. For 10 years, he taught part-time in Humber College’s Fundraising Management Post Graduate program, then served full-time as its Program Coordinator for another four years.

In 2018 Denny entered what he calls his “third act” launching a coaching and training practice and teaching part-time in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management program at Ryerson University.  Denny’s dedication to the profession was recognized in 2014 with the Outstanding Fundraising Professional Award of the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He has published numerous articles in various publications and is a frequent speaker at conferences in Canada and the United States.

Denny has BA in Communications from the University of Windsor, a MA in Philanthropy and Development from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, has completed the Ivey School of Business Executive Program, and has a certificate in the Foundations of Coaching from the Adler Graduate Professional School. He proudly serves on the Boards of the Maquila Solidarity Network, the TD Private Giving Foundation, and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir.