Collaboration, Cooperation and Merger in the Canadian Charitable Sector - presentation

June 16, 2011 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: Canadian Charity Law, Mergers

Here is a copy of a presentation I recently delivered entitled Collaboration, Cooperation and Merger in the Canadian Charitable Sector.

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Collaboration, Cooperation and Merger in the Canadian Charitable Sector – 90 min

Canadian charities are looking for ways to be more efficient and effective.  While working harder may work for some, changing lanes and working smarter may be a better approach.  There are many possibilities in terms of sharing resources, outsourcing certain functions, co-locating premises, joint projects or programs and even amalgamation and merger.  Join charity lawyer Mark Blumberg (editor of http://www.globalphilanthropy.ca) as he discusses many possible ways for charities to work together as well as for them to work with organizations that are not charities.  Mark will cover practical, legal and ethical challenges that charities need to consider. 


Here is a copy of a presentation I recently delivered entitled Collaboration, Cooperation and Merger in the Canadian Charitable Sector.

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