This presentation by Sharon Redsky, will provide a perspective as an Indigenous fundraiser, highlight the history of Indigenous people, funding inequity, discuss the Final report from AFP Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship regarding the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, and provide examples of Indigenous-led organizations successful projects working with community foundations.
Sharon Redsky is resident of Winnipeg and First Nation member of Shoal Lake #40 with mixed heritage. She is an Indigenous fundraiser with extensive experience working in Indigenous-led organizations. She draws on her experience in the areas of fundraising, proposal development, networking with key stakeholders and building partnerships across diverse communities.
Sharon is a past board member of the Association of Fundraising Professional Foundation for Philanthropy. She was awarded the YMCA-YWCA Women of Distinction, Community Champion Award in 2017. Her recent education includes a Master Certificate in Project Management and Certificate in Indigenous Evaluation through the University of Winnipeg.
Free for AFP Members
$35.00 for non-members