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Being Good at Doing Good
Safeguarding Yourself and Your Charity in a Complex World
Hosted by the Charity Law Information Program (CLIP)
A project funded by the Canada Revenue Agency
February 22 & 23, 2010
Toronto Board of Trade, 100 King Street West
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people rely on the good that the charitable sector does in communities all across the country. But these days, our work is becoming increasingly complex. Faced with issues that range from abuse to accountability and transparency to legal compliance, we need to be more engaged, more involved, and better informed than ever before.
That’s why the Charity Law Information Project (CLIP) is inviting you to join us this February at our Being Good at Doing Good conference and explore key issues that charities face today
Geared specifically for CEOs, CFOs, Treasurers and other Board Members, our targeted sessions will help you better maximize your organization’s effectiveness, meet regulatory requirements, and prevent your resources from being misused with topics like:
• HST in Ontario: Top Issues for Canadian Charities
• Dealing with the Challenges of Uncertain Funding
• The Strategic Value of Risk Management
• Financial Controls to Protect Your Assets
• How to Read Financial Statements to Find the Top 30 Problems
• Costs and Benefits of External Audits
Join us for this rare opportunity to learn from the leaders who have successfully confronted the challenges and questions that our sector faces every day.
Space is limited. Register now!
Full program and registration details at: http://www.capacitybuilders.ca/clip/conference/index.php
Registration Price: $495
Do you require legal advice with respect to Canadian or Ontario non-profits or charities?
Mark Blumberg is a partner at the law firm of Blumberg Segal LLP in Toronto and works almost exclusively in the areas of non-profit and charity law.