Community Gaming Grant Information Workshop
with David Sheach
Tuesday, Feb. 6th, 2018 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
About the workshop:
The BC Association for Charitable Gaming (BCACG) is a non-profit society that represents and supports community groups applying for a Community Gaming Grant.
Our workshops review the eligibility requirements, program description and details, budget, in-kind support, volunteers and key considerations when accounting for activities.
Hear about new updates to the guidelines and join us for an interactive session with community groups and learn from the facilitator with the opportunity to ask questions and hear feedback from each other.
About the facilitator:
David Sheach is the Executive Director of The BCACG and is presenting a three-hour Gaming Grant workshop to help you prepare and accurate application and manage the funding according to the conditions of the grant.
Location and Pricing:
This is a free event for members of Volunteer Campbell River! $10 per person for non-members.
Enterprise Centre East Boardroom, 900 Alder Street, Campbell River
Limited seating. Pre-book your seat early to avoid disappointment! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-287-8111 with your name, email and agency contact information. For non-members please follow up with payment of cash or cheque to 900 Alder Street, Campbell River BC, V9W 2P6. Please note: there are no refunds.
Wednesday, November 22nd 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Enterprise Centre East Boardroom, 900 Alder St.
About the workshop:
Using the “Toolkit for Starting and Sustaining a Neighbourhood House” as its guide, this workshop provides a high-level overview of building dynamic, community-engaged organizations from the ground up. The workshop examines six phases of organizational development and introduces tools from the Toolkit.
- Start-up- building community and community development as an essential first step for an engaged organization
- Growth – governance and organizational development – how to implement systems and practices for effective boards.
- Maturity – developing and improving programs building partnerships and
- People – building a healthy staff and engaged volunteers
- Challenges – managing success, securing funding and developing resource
- Potential – building on strengths and developing strategies to carry your organization into the future.
About the facilitator: Jocelyne Hamel, Executive Director, Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House has been in non-profit leadership roles for more than 25 years, including House of Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House and participating on the Senior Leadership Team of the Association of Neighbourhood Houses of BC. Jocelyne’s educational background includes an MA in Leadership and Training (Royal Roads University), a BA Business Administration and a Certificate in Dialogue and Civic Engagement (Simon Fraser University).
Jocelyne is passionate about the neighbourhood house model and its approach at fostering community engagement and leadership development. She is an experienced facilitator with a background in adult learning principals, and brings theoretical and practical knowledge and experience in leadership, governance, civic engagement, group facilitation, and community-based programming for children, youth and families.
Registration: $35.00 pp for Volunteer Campbell River members, $50. pp for non-members.
Email email@example.com or call 250-287-8111 with your agency and contact information. Then, follow up with payment by cash or cheque to Volunteer Campbell River, 900 Alder Street by Nov. 16th to confirm your seat. Register today!