Summer School: CAGP and Government Relations - Charting the past, present and future course of the sector

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CAGP and Government Relations – Our role in shaping Canadian Philanthropy past, present and future

grant-amanda.pngGrant Monck,
National Government Relations Chair
Amanda Stacey,
Incoming National Government Relations Chair

Join us for our Summer School ‘opening plenary’ where we’ll share the role of CAGP advocacy and partnerships with government that have had a significant impact on the current state of strategic charitable giving in Canada. National Government Relations Chair Grant Monck and incoming Chair Amanda Stacey will give an overview of the past contributions, current issues and how our community will be a part of the future success of the sector after this crisis. A lot has happened this year, but we have also seen progress in areas such as gifts of insurance, the report of the Special Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector and the response to the pandemic crisis. There is still more to contribute and strategic charitable gift planning is more important than ever, join us to hear where we’ve been and together, where we are going!
 
We need to hear from you! What issue do you feel is important for CAGP and the Government Relations Committee to address in the coming year to help you in your work? Please add your comments when you register!
 

The CAGP and Government Relations Session is sponsored by:

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Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 - 1:00 - 2:00 pm EDT
Cost: Free
Note: If you purchase the Summer School Bundle, you do not have to register for this session individually; you will receive the login information in an email the day before this session.


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When

14 July, 1:00pm to 14 July, 2:00pm

Where

Online

Canada

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