AFP Nova Scotia Virtual Brown Bag Lunch Series - Session 1
Fundraising at Home
We all have been coping with the ever evolving and unpredictable landscape.
Many of us are now, or will soon be, working from home, while still others do what they can to help their front-line staff. Each of us is dealing with different, difficult, and uncertain situations that most have not faced before, at work or at home.
In an effort to stay connected and keep learning, this session has been brought to you by AFP Nova Scotia, in partnership with Global Philanthropic Inc. (Canada).
The webinar will be hosted by Chris Steeves, Senior Consultant with Global Philanthropic Inc. (Canada) and Daphne Carter, President, AFP Nova Scotia who will lead the discussion around tips for working at home.
- Bring people in the NFP sector together
- Learn more about virtually networking and teleworking
- Share tips & trends
- Bring some positivity into our day during this tough period
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About Chris Steeves
Chris has over twelve years of professional fundraising and development experience working with both small and large fundraising teams. He understands the new challenges facing the charitable sector and is passionate about helping forward-thinking teams embrace new forms of relationship-building using data-driven insights and technologies. He has led successful fundraising efforts as the Director of Advancement for the Halifax Grammar School and Dalhousie University. Recently, Chris served for five years as Vice President Development for Fundmetric, a technology firm focused on turning one-time donors into lifetime supporters using artificial intelligence. He is passionate about making it easier for the charitable sector to embrace and adopt data science technology. Chris is active in the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and is the Past President of the AFP Nova Scotia Chapter. He was the recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Professional Fundraiser Award. About Daphne Carter You may know Daphne as the current President of AFP Nova Scotia. She's been a professional fundraiser for over 13 years and is currently with the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 in the role of Development Manager. Her job involves working with mid-level donors and organizing internal special events. She feels that as fundraisers we amalgamate hard skills like marketing, sales, and communications with a plentiful sprinkling of soft skills like listening, customer service, creativity, and a sense of humour. Daphne has a degree in Office Administration from Mount Saint Vincent University. She lives in Hammonds Plains with her husband and two boys.
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