THINK STRATEGICALLY, ACT LOCALLY: A LEARNING AND DISCUSSION EVENT ABOUT STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Strategic planning is an important skill for many community organizations. This workshop has been developed to help those organizations understand the basic principles of developing an implementing strategic plans. Topic covered include working together, the six steps of strategic planning, implementation, evaluation and identifying roles and responsibilities.
Jim Sand is a Project Coordinator for the Social Planning and Research Council of BC. He has worked in the non-profit sector as a project coordinator, researcher and facilitator and has lead workshops in over 40 communities across BC on topics including the Social Determinants of Health, social inclusion and partnership building. Jim is also also a storyteller and musician who have performed across Canada.
VOLUNTEER BC UPDATE, LUNCH and NETWORKING FOR NON-PROFITS 12:30 to 1 :30 p.m.
Lawrie (Lawrence) Portigal is a native of Calgary, and attended the University of Alberta where he received decrees in Science and Law. he is a retired member of the Alberta Bar. Lawrie was employed by the City of Calgary and later was a senior executive in the coal, electricity and natural gas industries. Lawrie is active in the volunteer sector and is Vice Chair of Richmond Cares Richmond Gives (Volunteer Richmond); a director of the Touchstone Family Association; President of Volunteer BC and Chair of Volunteer Canada.
COMMUNITY GAMING GRANT INFORMATION WORKSHOP 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
The BC Association for Charitable Gaming (BCACG) is a non-profit society that represents and supports community groups applying for a Community Gaming Grant. Their workshops review the eligibility requirements, program descriptions and details, budget, in-kind support, volunteers and key considerations when accounting for activities.
David Sheach is the Executive Director of the BCACG and is presenting a two hour Gaming Grant workshop to help you prepare and accurate application and manage the funding according to the conditions of the grant.
LOCATION & PRICING
Maritime Heritage Centre, Island Highway, Campbell River. Doors open at 9:00 a.m.
Volunteer Campbell River and/or CR Gaming Association Members: Full Day $55 per person, includes lunch, Morning Only $35 pp, Afternoon Only $25 pp
Non-Members: Full Day $80 per person, includes lunch, Morning Only $50 pp, Afternoon Only $35 pp
Book early to avoid disappointment! Email Mail@volunteercr.ca or call 250-287-8111 with your name, email and agency contact information. We will send you and invoice, then, follow up a payment by cash or cheque by February 22nd (no refunds) to Volunteer Campbell River. Office hours are Monday to Thursday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or mail to 900 Alder St, Campbell River, BC V9W 2P6
CAMPBELL RIVER GAMING ASSOCIATION