CRA, Public Guardian and Trustee and UK Charity Commission to speak in Toronto in February

January 25, 2010 | By: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Mark Blumberg
Topics: News, What's New from the Charities Directorate of CRA, Canadian Charity Law, Global Giving, Ethics and Canadian Charities, Avoiding 'Charity' Scams

For information on the conference see: The conference is sponsored by the Canada Revenue Agency and I am helping Capacity Builders organize this charity conference.

The charitable sector is a large and important part of Canada’s economy and society. Every year, millions of Canadians are engaged in the good that our sector does in communities all across the country.

In today’s rapidly-changing world, however, managing charities effectively is becoming increasingly complex. From transparency to taxation, abuse to accountability, leaders in the charitable sector today need to be more engaged, more involved, and more careful than ever before.

That’s why we’ve organized Being Good at Doing Good, a groundbreaking conference, supported by the Canada Revenue Agency, to help you maximize your organization’s effectiveness and prevent your resources from being misused.

We’re bringing together leaders in the field, law-makers, experts, and representatives of charities just like yours for an exciting series of sessions aimed at the key issues all charitable organizations are facing today.

Location: Toronto Board of Trade, 100 King Street West

Fees: Early Bird Fee until January 29, 2010 - $395.00

      Full Fee after January 30, 2010 - $495.00

Do you require legal advice with respect to Canadian or Ontario non-profits or charities?


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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.
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