Extraordinary Donor Journey Tour - Live Webcast

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Join us September 26th from Toronto for the annual Global Philanthropic Training Academy Extraordinary Donor Journey tour.

Antidote to Chaos is full of practical ideas in the four key areas where lack of focus can derail your best fundraising efforts: Leadership, Strategy, Culture and Action.

This is a rare opporutnity to spend the day learning from four extraordinary fundraisers, authors, speakers and practitioners with local and international perspectives. They know their stuff and they are excited to share their insights.

Alice Ferris. Jenny Mitchell. Guy Mallabone. Stephen Pidgeon.

This is an important day for fundraisers and leadership teams to shift organizational paradigms and raise significantly more money.

Professional development at its most inspirational. Don’t miss it!


With nine offices across Canada from Moncton to Victoria, Global Philanthropic Canada champions the growth and development of the non-profit sector by helping raise MONEY for MISSION.

Registration Fees (Webcast)

End of Summer (before August 31) = $99 + fees + tax

Full Registration (before September 21) = $129 + fees + tax

** AFP and CAGP members are eligible for a 10% discount. Email Sue McMaster for details.

Toronto time zone too early for you? The webcast will be recorded and archived for a month. Join us part way through the day, at your conveneince, and pick up the other sessions down the road when the time is right.


Registrations cancelled before August 31st, 2018 will be refunded 50% of the registration fees. Registrations cancelled after August 31st, 2018 will not be eligible for a refund but will receive login credentials to the webcast on September 26th.


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