KVRC September 2021 Workshop

Action Planning for Non Profit Groups and Organizations

Tuesday September 28th 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ONLINE
About the Workshop

Join us for an interactive discussion on the importance of groups and/or organizations having plans with measurable targets/priorities. The session will look at various types of planning/priority setting options, and review tools that can assist with the implementation and monitoring of success.

 

Register at this link:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/action-planning-for-non-profit-groups-and-organizations-rescheduled-tickets-170008073725 

A ZOOM link will be forwarded to you the day before the workshop.

About the Presenter
Blaise Landry will facilitate.

Blaise has been the Organizational Effectiveness Lead with Sport Nova Scotia since January 2018. Prior to that he was a Sport Consultant with the Province of Nova Scotia for more than 33 years providing consultation and assistance for not for profit organizations. Also experience working for two provincial sport organizations (Softball Nova Scotia and Wresting Nova Scotia). He has a Bachelor of Physical Education and a Master of Arts (Leisure studies) from Dalhousie University and has spent more than 37 years in the Sport/recreation delivery system working with many non profits around planning and other governance issues

About the New Nominal Fee

 

KVRC had always been committed to offering our Workshops Free of Charge. However since beginning our Virtual Education Workshops (due to COVID) while we have experienced a boom in registrations, we unfortunately also experiences a very significant drop out rate (minus any regrets) often leaving empty seats and potential waiting lists unable to be addressed.

To try and reduce this drop off rate we are charging a nominal $5 fee per person. Anyone who is unable to pay, for any reason, simply contact our Coordinator at coordinator@kingsvolunteerresourcecentre.ca and we will happily cover any registration costs for your attendance.

This Workshop would not be possible without the support of Mud Creek Rotary and their commitment to KVRC and our community.