Tomorrow’s Leaders: How do they want to get involved in your cause?
André LarocqueDirector, Foundation of the University of Quebec in Outaouais
Christian BolducCEO, BNP Philanthropic Performance - BNP Goldie Canada
George StanoisSenior Vice-president, BNP Goldie Canada
Linda FlynnAssociate Vice-President, Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, Durham College
Marc LapointeVice President, Atlantic, BNP Philanthropic Performance
Victoria Thân Founding member of Entrai-dons, Co-Chair of the Young Philanthropists of Laval University MBA in Health Services Management and DESS in Public Relations, Laval UniversityVictoria ThânFounding member of Entrai-dons, Co-Chair of the Young Philanthropists of Laval University MBA in Health Services Management and DESS in Public Relations, Laval University
Yves Bourget Senior consultant (CEO Laval University Foundation, 2011-2018), BNP Philanthropic PerformanceYves BourgetSenior consultant (CEO Laval University Foundation, 2011-2018), BNP Philanthropic Performance
Note: This session is being offered in 2 simultaneous streams, 1 in English, and 1 in French. When registering select the session as per your language preference.
We want to present results from a study conducted at the beginning of 2021 on the vision young leaders have of philanthropy. We will present how they see volunteer and philanthropic involvement, how they can be convinced to engage with a cause or an organization, how they want charities communicate with them, how they want to give in the future. A panel of discussions with some young leaders would follow results presentation.
- Discover how future leaders see their volunteer and philanthropic involvement
- Prepare organizations on how they can adapt to convince young leaders to be involved as volunteer and major donors
- Prepare organizations on strategies and technologies they can develop to attract supports and involvement from young leaders