The Canadian Charity Law Association is delivering some upcoming webinars. More information on each of these webinars and how to register is provided below: 

March 4th at 12:00 pm EDT:  “Groundbreaking Report: Time, Treasure and Talent: Canadian Women and Philanthropy”

Women in Canada increasingly influence billions of dollars in charitable giving each year, yet a TD report finds that women have a unique way of giving. Time, Treasure and Talent: Canadian Women and Philanthropy is the first in-depth review of the presence and influence of female philanthropists in Canada. Canadian women control approximately $3.2 trillion in assets, the number of female donors is increasing at a rate far greater than men, and roughly 350,000 women in Canada have the financial resources to make a major gift to charity. As women's influence over wealth in Canada continues to rise, charities will be well served to understand women's unique approach to giving and adjust their strategies to better meet the needs and interests of their women donors.

This webinar will be presented by Jo-Anne Ryan, VP, Philanthropic Advisory Services, TD Wealth, and Sharilyn Hale, Founder & Principal of Watermark Philanthropic Advising. They will highlight the key themes of this ground-breaking report, share real-life examples, then explore together what it all may mean for your organization.

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Apr 8th, 2015 at 12:00 PM EDT: “Fundraising Accountability and Transparency”

A high level of trust and confidence with donors, volunteers and other stakeholders is key to fundraising success. Topics covered in this presentation include an overview on relevant CRA policy, fundraising efficiency, accountability best practices, managing external expectations, and suggestions on fundraising reporting and marketing.

This webinar will be presented by David Oyler. David is a Development Consultant who works with organizations to increase their effectiveness and capacity to deliver their programs and services. Services include practical guidance on Canada Revenue Agency policy for registered charities, helping organizations build successful fundraising programs, revenue generation development, and social enterprise.

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Business and social enterprise for charities

Foreign Activities 101: Introduction to Canadian charities carrying out foreign activities

Should we set up a Canadian Charity and if so how?

“Top 10 Charity Law Issues for Canadian Registered Charities

Federal Non-Profit Corporations and the CNCA continuance – October 17 is around the corner!

Charitable Receipting – The Do’s and Don’ts with Mark Blumberg