Sponsored | Creating a culture of philanthropy in an age of global connectivity

publication date: Mar 13, 2018
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author/source: Sue McMaster

So your organization has a mission and a set of values you believe in. You're ready to go to take on the world! But what about your culture of philanthropy?

Your what?!?

It's a phrase that gets used a lot. But what does it mean, how do you measure it and why does it matter, particularly in this age of global connectivity?

'Culture' is defined in many ways, but in this case, we are referring to your beliefs and philosophy. 'Philanthropy' is Greek in origin, meaning "love of humanity". So your culture of philanthropy is the depth to which every single person in your organization believes fundraising is an important priority and key to delivering your mission.

Do you want to learn more about the culture of philanthropy and why it is critical in your organization? Then be our guest for breakfast in April and hear how our Global Philanthropic CEO Guy Mallabone approaches this topic. As an added bonus, meet your new Ontario consulting team!

Join us on one of the following dates:

  • April 3: Fresh Ground, 256 King St. E., Kitchener, ON
  • April 4: UOIT, Oshawa
  • April 5: The Royal Canadian Military Institute, 426 University Avenue, Toronto

For more information or to RSVP, contact Jon Brandt at j.b@globalphilanthropic.ca or call 416.889.7485.

Our Ontario consultants are looking forward to meeting you! They have a breadth and depth of experience unmatched in the community and they can help you with some of your most urgent fundraising news.

Ibrahim Inayatali B.Eng, MBA brings 23 years of experience in senior leadership at major universities, teaching hospitals and environmental think-tanks in Canada and overseas. He has managed a $120 million campaign and raised major, annual and planned gifts.

"I've been a fundraiser and strategy manager all my working life. I am excited to share my unique skills and experience across Ontario, a province where I have served in the charitable sector for most of my career."

Jon Brandt MBA, CFRE brings the knowledge and experience of more than 20 years in both the Canadian and U.S. non-profit sectors, raising over $35 million, particularly within internationally focused and faith-based organizations.

"I am fascinated by ideas and passionate about spurring organizations to strategic action. I specialize in creating a culture of fundraising within older organizations, including board education and development."

Nicole Beatty CFRE is a charismatic and entrepreneurial development professional whose 15-year career has raised over $25 million in philanthropic capital in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

"I am passionate about start-up social enterprises, international movements, and charitable campaigns that support education, the arts, women's rights, healthcare and social injustice."

Tina Triano has spent 27 years in hospital fundraising, guiding staff and volunteers in the art and science of philanthropy. Throughout her career and across three major capital campaigns, she helped inspire donors to contribute more than $200 million.

"The journey through a successful campaign is one of transformation - for the community, the staff team, volunteers and the legacy of the organization. The ordinary becomes extraordinary as the vision comes to life."

Global Philanthropic is a professional Canadian fundraising consultancy of experienced senior practitioners specializing in a full range of development and coaching services to the philanthropic sector. As a national company with offices across Canada, and affiliated offices throughout the world, our team provides advisory services to non-profit organizations, colleges and hospitals to help obtain the resources they need to meet their most ambitious development goals.



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