Philanthropic Trends 2020: Seeing Change as Opportunity

 

Here are some facts...that will shape our fundraising future:

Online giving is growing by more than 20% per year

The number of millionaires in Canada could reach more than 2 million by 2023

By 2036, it is expected that more than 30% of the Canadian population will be immigrants

 

New technologies, evolving models and changing demographics all present new challenges when it comes to fundraising. They also present new opportunities. Explored through the "lens of opportunity", 25-year fundraising professional, consultant and strategist Susan Storey will share insights into the implications of these and other trends on fundraising and philanthropy. Susan will identify what development professionals should be doing now to be sure they, and their fundraising programs, are ready for the future. 

 

Join us for breakfast, networking and an insightful presentation:

Philanthropic Trends 2020: Seeing Change as Opportunity

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Breakfast & Registration: 7:45 am - 8:30 am

Presentation / Q&A: 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Ron Joyce Centre / Degroote School of Business

Great Hall Conference Room (NOT theatre)

4350 South Service Road, Burlington, Ontario L7L 5K8

FREE PARKING!

 

REGISTER HERE!

 

Early Bird Bonus! Register by January 9th, and be entered in a draw to win a FREE registration for our fall 2020 education session. Don't hesitate...sign up today! 

 

 

Susan Storey, CFRE - Partner, KCI

Susan is a highly respected development professional with 25 years' experience directing fundraising programs at some of Canada's most notable charitable organizations. Her current work on behalf of KCI includes strategic counsel for studies and campaigns ranging from start-up to $500 million. In addition, Susan is involved in the creation of multi-year revenue generation plans that comprehensively evaluate potential across all fundraising channels including mass philanthropy, major and planned gifts, corporate giving and sponsorship, special events and social enterprise. Susan has been KCI's lead consultant for projects in all sectors including arts and culture, education, health, environment, sports, multi-level national and international charities and community-based social service organizations.