What is a territorial acknowledgement? How does it differ from a traditional welcome? If you are asking yourself these types of questions, we are here to help.
This virtual workshop will teach the meaning behind Indigenous protocols in Canada and help you to navigate these increasingly important topics.
A guest speaker will be joining us for a portion of the workshop.
suitable for: anyone looking for more guidance on Indigenous protocols in the non-profit industry
NOTE SPACE IS LIMITED TO 25. Don't wait to register.
“I am so grateful to have the support of our board in bringing the New School of Fundraising to our chapter to share “Indigenous Protocols for Fundraisers”. As professionals in the non-profit and charitable sector, we encounter many diverse groups from colleagues, to donors, to community members and we continue to hear that there is a desire and real need for Indigenous-led learnings in this area and how we can include and amplify all voices. Many of our AFP Interior Region members live as guests on this land and it is our commitment to build relationships, reflect on our work, and seek knowledge where there are gaps. As a chapter it is important that we continue to learn together, listen, and create a dialogue of inclusion. I hope you will join us for this unique and powerful session.” – Emily Cabrera, IDEA Chair & Lead, Partnership Development at First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation
About the New School of Fundraising
“The New School of Fundraising has been created to be in service to anyone who wants to join us in making the world a better place. We aim to support fundraisers, to build their capacity and also nurture their selfless commitment to driving change.
We believe that fundraising training should be available to anyone who would benefit from it and strive to keep our training accessible. We look forward to sharing our love of the craft with everyone who comes through our School.”