If you’re involved in running a church, charity, or not-for-profit organization, then mark your calendars for Thursday, March 23, 2023, from 5:30 pm to 9 pm. That’s when the Knowledge Hub 2023 seminar will be taking place, and it’s one event you don’t want to miss.
Join us for a night of networking and knowledge to build capacity and resiliency in the charity and not-for profit sector in the Ukrainian Canadian Community.
The event will take place at the Old Mill in Toronto, and there will be in-person and livestream options available.
The seminar will feature three expert speakers who will cover a variety of topics that are relevant to churches, charities, and not-for-profits.
Bohdana Bashuk, the executive director of the Shevchenko Foundation, will be presenting on securing funding for your project, with a focus on grant writing.
Taras Kulish, a lawyer from Mills & Mills LLP, will be discussing changes for charities in 2022, specifically working with partners and disbursement quotas.
Victor Lishchyna, a lawyer from Mitchell Bardyn & Zalucky LLP, will be sharing tips and traps for gifts to charities in a will.
These presentations will be invaluable for anyone involved in running a church, charity, or not-for-profit organization, including volunteers, advisors, lawyers, accountants, administrators, and directors.
The registration fee for the seminar is $20-$35, and sandwiches, coffee, and tea will be served. The event is being brought to you by the Ukrainian Canadian Professional and Business Association of Toronto and our partners Ukrainian Canadian Social Services Toronto and Ukrainian Canadian Bar Association.
Whether you’re looking to learn about changes to charity regulations, secure funding for your organization, or understand the ins and outs of gifting to charities in a will, the Knowledge Hub 2023 seminar is the perfect place to do it. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the experts and network with other professionals in the industry. Save the date and register!