Video from the Charity Law Information Program (CLIP) Conference in February 2012

September 16, 2012 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: What's New from the Charities Directorate of CRA, Canadian Charity Law, Receipting by Canadian Registered Charities

In February 2012, the Charity Law Information Program (CLIP) had a very successful “Being Good at Doing Good” conference.  We had about 250 attendees in Toronto and the conference lasted 2 days.  We had some of the top experts from Canada, the US and the UK on governance, financial management and compliance. There was some excellent networking and educational opportunities, not to mention ability to ask questions and enter into discussions with charity regulators from Canada, the US and UK.  As charities increasingly operate in more than one country this sort of integrated conference was very helpful for both local and global charities.

Here are 10 videos my brother Sean uploaded from the CLIP conference which was held in February 2012.

Enterprise Risk Management for Canadian Charities, David Garland, Pathways Canada and Carol Willson, Ernst & Young

Transparency in the Canadian Charitable Sector, Steven Ayer, Common Good Strategies

Good Governance: 10 Habits of High Functioning Boards, Patrick Johnston, Borealis Advisors

The Battle For Transparency In The Non-Profit Sector, Ken Berger, Charity Navigator

Governance: 5 Ideas That Make a Difference, Dave Toycen, World Vision Canada

How to Manage Compliance With Limited Resources, Lois Lerner, Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Charities and Governance, Alice Holt, Charity Commission for England and Wales

CRA’s Strategic Direction and Keeping on the Right Side of CRA, Danie Huppe-Cranford Charities Directorate Canada Revenue Agency

Charity Governance- A Regulator’s Perspective, Alice Holt, Charity Commission for England and Wales

Top Receipting Mistakes Made By Canadian Registered Charities, Mark Blumberg, Blumberg Segal LLP

Here are all of the videos that CharityLawConference has uploaded to Vimeo.

Thank you Sean for helping to get out some high quality and accessible content to Canadian charities.


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Mark Blumberg is a partner at the law firm of Blumberg Segal LLP in Toronto and works almost exclusively in the areas of non-profit and charity law.
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