Upcoming events

Each year, we offer a wide variety of events for members and non-member grantmaking organizations to assist with professional development and peer learning opportunities.

CONNECT. CREATE. CHANGE
PFC Conference 2018

The context for Canadian philanthropy is changing rapidly, funders are connecting through digital, personal, local, and global paths which is leading to creative approaches to making change with not only for community partners. The conference will explore these themes of connection, creativity and social change.

NCFP Webinar

Making Space at The Table: Welcoming New Voices to Your Family Giving

Thursday, July 12, 2018, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM EST

Whether you are looking to involve the next generation of family members, developing a process to invite non-family board members, or finding other practical ways to engage with your community and grantees, this webinar will provide tips and tools for how to ensure that these new voices and needs are heard.

This webinar from the National Center for Family Philanthropy is available to PFC family foundations only at no cost as a benefit of PFC membership.

Register: Contact lgoulet@pfc.ca

NCFP Webinar

Cultivating A Healthy Family Culture

Thursday, August 9, 2018, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM EST

The health of a family is often defined by its culture. Creating connections, positive relationships and a lifetime of closeness takes effort. Achieving this is much easier said than done. Join NCFP as we explore how to create a vibrant family culture that allows your family giving to flourish.

This webinar from the National Center for Family Philanthropy is available to PFC family foundations only at no cost as a benefit of PFC membership.

Register: Contact lgoulet@pfc.ca

NCFP Webinar

Pride of Place: Sustaining a Family Giving Commitment Over Time

Thursday, October 11, 2018, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM EST

Join NCFP President Virginia Esposito along with leading place-based family foundations as they discuss findings and themes from NCFP’s “Pride of Place” research project. Pride of Place explores how and why geographically-dispersed families have retained a commitment to the communities and regions where the philanthropy was established, even in cases where all or the majority of family members have moved away.

This webinar from the National Center for Family Philanthropy is available to PFC family foundations only at no cost as a benefit of PFC membership.

Register: Contact lgoulet@pfc.ca

PFC 2019 Symposium in Calgary

Wednesday, October 16 and 17th, 2019

Save the Date

Join PFC and your colleagues for its biennial Symposium in Calgary at the Hyatt Regency. More info to come, but you will not want to miss it so mark your calendar.