Save the Date! #PFCVirtualGathering

 

The Philanthropic community is stepping up in addressing both the urgent and systemic needs revealed by the crisis facing Canadians. Still, are foundations doing enough? How can we improve our collective impact and relevance working with our partners in governments, civil society, and the private sector? What have we learned in recent months?

We are taking the opportunity of National Philanthropy Day on November 15 to organize a virtual gathering powered with Attendify between November 17 and 19, to press pause, and reflect. What have we learned in recent months? And how can we build back better? 

 Stay tuned for more details to come!

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