Dan Pallotta across Ontario! Ottawa – Toronto – Sault Ste Marie
Ottawa event details:
When: May 23, 12:30 to 2 pm
Where: Public Policy Forum Board Room (130 Albert Street, Suite 1405)
What to bring: An open mind and your lunch.
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Do you see some trends developing in the nonprofit sector, and ever wonder if you’re the only one seeing them? Are you curious to hear what your peers in this sector are thinking? Do you have some frustrations or ideas for solutions on how we can improve the nonprofit system on a grand scale?
Well, we’re hosting some little gatherings of anyone who’d like to chat about these topics. This idea was sparked from a talk by Dan Pallotta who recently released his third book entitled Charity Case. We think Pallotta’s work can ignite an interesting conversation in some of Ontario’s communities about the nonprofit and charitable sector. Let’s break it down a bit and see what might be applicable to our own lives.
Want to know more? Check out his recent TED Talk below or a very brief summary of his recent book.
If you have any interest in coming to share your thoughts, hear your peers’ ideas and hopefully make new connections on the topic, we invite you to come to Charity Case – What’s The Big Idea? Dan Pallotta Talk & Discussion.
Whether you are engaged in environmental issues, faith, arts, youth, education, homelessness, food security, or another social organization, you’re welcome. We’d love to get your take. What we all have in common is working in the non-profit sector, and we are looking to have a great conversation with many perspectives on how to improve.
Sign up for the free Ottawa brown bag lunch event here, and watch for Dan Pallotta events from social change co-conspirators in Sault Ste Marie and Toronto.
Toronto event - May 23, 6 to 8 pm
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Sault Ste. Marie
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