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Since 1993, The Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE) embodies the voice of the Canadian advancement landscape, by connecting over 120-member schools to the pinnacle of advancement resources.

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Knowing, growing, building our significance: Using strategic engagement to advance a culture of giving

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Kirsten Eastwood, Executive Director, Community Development, TMS (Toronto Montessori School)

Through this interactive presentation, Kirsten will share how an authentic vision and strategy can engage a community to build a committed volunteer base and mobilize a robust annual giving program and capital campaign.

April 2018

 

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