Volunteer Futures & BCACG Symposium (Sept 26 - 27)

Thu Sep 26 to Fri Sep 27, 2019, Richmond, BC

Volunteer Futures & BCACG Symposium 2019| Conference for Volunteers, Non-profits & Charities!

Join BCACG & Volunteer BC - at VOLUNTEER FUTURES & BCACG SYMPOSIUM 2019 Annual Training Event for Volunteers, Non-Profits & Charities.

Low-cost event known for its inspiring keynote addresses, practical workshops and relevant sessions with plenty of opportunities to network with colleagues and volunteers from across BC.

Everyone welcome! Anyone wanting to learn more about volunteerism and non-profit/charities sector can attend. Sign language interpreters are available making this event accessible for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Topics: When Volunteering Goes Bad, Tech Tools for Volunteer Management, Clear Language & Design, How to Make Your Board Mad a You, Fundraising for Small to Medium Organizations and much more.

Keynote: David Gouthro, The Consulting Edge - The Courage to Lead

Date: September 26-27, 2019
Location: Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, Richmond, BC
Fees: $250 (Member)/$350 (Non-member)

Registration fees include: All sessions, breakfast, lunch, coffee & refreshments.

For more info: http://bit.ly/VFBS2019


For more information:

Contact Name: Program Director
Website: https://volunteerbc.silkstart.com/events/volunteer-futures-symposium-2019
Phone: 6043792311
E-mail: info (at) volunteerbc.bc.ca


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