Wednesday, March 6, 2019
8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Followed by Lunch and Networking
Attendance is FREE!
Quality Hotel – 36035 North Parallel Rd, Abbotsford
Register by March 1, 2019
For information contact Sharon at
604.858.4990 x 356 or email@example.com
Free Book Draw
Good to Great for the Social Sector by Jim Collins
CHARITY LAW UPDATE: Operating a non-profit or charity grows more complex by the year. This session will help cut through the complexity by reviewing new court cases, CRA policies and provincial/federal legislation relevant to the non-profit and charitable sectors.
ACCOUNTING UPDATES & SOCIAL ENTERPRISE: Changes in Accounting standards, Government and Canada Revenue Policies, and common mistakes charities and NPOs make will be highlighted. Many charities and NPOs engage in Social Enterprise to support their programs. This session will focus on common pitfalls made, and structures that are used for Social Enterprise — a very timely topic.
THE VOLUNTEER RELATIONSHIP: Volunteers are a vital part of most non-profit organizations, but how do you prevent problems with your volunteers or deal with the problems that do come up? This session will cover common rules, rights, and remedies that apply to your organization’s volunteer relationships.
COLLABORATING FOR CHARITIES & NON-PROFITS: Innovating and adapting to rapidly changing conditions can be a challenge for charities and non-profits. This session will provide a broad overview of how charities and non-profits can collaborate and partner with each other and with other organizations in response to change and to further the common good.
CANADIAN CHARITY WORK – PRIVILEGE OR PAIN?: A brief look at questions to ask when determining whether or not to take a project on. Mandate – Does it fit with our mandate?; Money – Can we properly track it?; Mission – Is it doing what it’s meant to do? Presented by Chad Bruneski of The Great Commission