Featuring: Mr. Dominic Barton Canada's Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China & Paul McCullough, Vice-President, Advancement & Alumni Relations, British Columbia Institute of Technology
L’importance des établissements d’enseignement en ces temps de pandémie, leur caractère durable et leur leadership
Conversation autour d’un feu de camp avec le très honorable David Johnston et Derek Cassoff
The Importance of Educational Institutions during the Pandemic and their Enduring Nature and Leadership
A Campfire Conversation with the Right Honourable David Johnston and Derek Cassoff
Avec : Dominic Barton, Ambassadeur du Canada auprès de la République populaire de Chine et Paul McCullough, Vice-recteur, avancement institutionnel et relations avec les diplômés, Institut de technologie de la Colombie-Britannique
Avec ou sans cannabis? Demandons-nous si c’est une bonne chose pour votre organisation d’accepter une commandite ou un don de bienfaisance d’une entreprise de cannabis
Congrès national 2019 du CCAE session vidéo
Sam Laprade - Directrice, Gryphon Fundraising
Pot or no pot? Let’s talk about whether accepting a sponsorship or a philanthropic gift from a cannabis company is right for your organization
CCAE 2019 National Conference Video Session
Sam Laprade - Director, Gryphon Fundraising
All sessions now available on demand
Consistency, communication, and collaboration are key factors in building strong relationships with institution stakeholders. This summit program is designed to cover a variety of topics to demonstrate the unique ways professionals across Canada are working to engage donors, elevate relationships and share their campus stories.
Topics will range across disciplines and feature ample time for discussion and collaboration.
Single Session: $55 (access to the session of your choice)
Single Session: $75 (access to the session of your choice)
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The simple definition of innovating: make changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas and products. In the stewardship portfolio you are responsible for nourishing the donor’s experience of your institution’s promises through a variety of activities, events, publications and correspondence. At the moment we have too many communications channels to choose from and the rise of individualism which challenges our ability and resources to speak to all our donors personally and authentically. Add a pandemic into the mix and we are working hard to reinvent our practises. In this chaos, opportunities for stewardship innovation abound. Focusing on written communications (and yes, videos and visuals) we will explore both the technical and creative strategies to help you sustain deep, meaningful, emotional and personal relationships with your donors.
- Build an ecosystem across your institution that will provide you with the rich content you share with your donors
- Work with communications to make your correspondence, reports and stories more personal, intriguing and engaging
- Develop and communicate about your strategic stewardship communications plan and share ideas for shaking up stewardship communications
Stewarding the $200M Gift: The Case of John and Marcy McCall MacBain
Ashleigh Manktelow -Director of Donor and Volunteer Engagement, McGill University
Virginia Roe -Associate Director, Donor Relations, McGill University
On February 13, 2019, John and Marcy McCall MacBain announced that they were donating $200M to McGill University to create the McCall MacBain Scholarships at McGill, the single largest gift ever received by a Canadian organization. But visionary gifts like this one are not made overnight.
In this session, we will speak to the factors that led the McCall MacBains to make this transformational gift and explore the role of stewardship in leading donors to their full gift-giving potential.
- Factors that contribute to making donor dreams a reality (and our University’s dreams too!) – hint: capacity of institution and collaboration are key
- How Volunteerism plays an important role in creating purpose for donors
- How Stewardship plays an important role in closing multimillion dollar gifts
Stewardship and the creation and maintenance of long-term relationships that lead to a continued flow of increasingly larger significant gifts
John Davies M.A. -Partner and Senior Consultant, Global Philanthropic Inc.
This session will serve to highlight the importance of stewardship in increasing the size and frequency of major gifts, including the key pitfalls to avoid and important cultural sensitivities that must be observed. Case studies will be presented and discussed.
- An insight into trends that are shaping a new fundraising world
- The importance of long-term planning and the critically important role of stewardship in the giving cycle
- How accurate and constant research is playing an increasingly larger role in securing gifts that make a difference
Brace for Impact: Donor Reports that Resonate
Sarah Sims -Executive Director, Donor Relations, University of Florida, and Consultant, Donor Relations Guru Group
Donors want to know not only how their gifts are used, but also how their gifts have impacted your institution and furthered your mission. Whether you are