Dogs and cats and birds…oh my!

5 minute tips from fundraisers and their pets

Key speakers

Hear global experts share their one tip that can change your fundraising career!

Emma & Bodhi Chair

Emma Smith

Senior Partnerships Manager at GivePenny
Emma is a disability activist, advocate and speaker - always accompanied by her sidekick/ Assistance Dog Bodhi Creating Powerful, Engaging, Virtual Giving Experiences for the worlds most Connected Giving Platform. Driven by kindness, compassion and working for good.

Darshan Sanghrajka

Founder of Super Being Labs
Darshan is the founder of social innovation studio, Super Being Labs. He has 14 years of experience using design and tech for good to help tackle complex social problems, working with clients like the Breast Cancer Now, Action for Children, The Brilliant Club, NCVO, UnLtd, the Cabinet Office, Apps for Good, Turn2Us, CAST, Telefonica, and many more. Through working on multiple impact areas that all come together, Super Being Labs is on a mission to design a world that truly enables the best of human potential.
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Paul Nazareth

VP Education & Development at Canadian Association of Gift Planners
Paul has worked in Canada’s philanthropic sector for over 20 years. Currently, Vice President, Education & Development at the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP), and was previously Vice President at the charity CanadaHelps.
Sam Laprade

Sam Laprade CFRE

Fundraising Strategist
Raising, investing and allocating funds to change lives and save lives is Sam's passion. With close to three decades of experience in both the art and the science of fundraising, they love to share their life’s work with non-profit leaders, board members, donors and the community.

Key topics include:

How to build long lasting relationships with your donors

Using ‘social capital’ to boost your legacies

The one piece of advice these experts wish they’d known

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