#156 | How has Covid-19 affected fundraising for international organizations? Part 6: AFP Toronto Collaboration
May 28th, 2020 by Jason Lewis
This is the last in a series of conversations with members of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Toronto Chapter. It was a pleasure to spend an hour with members Catherine Chalmers, Chryslyn Pais, Gail Black, and Linton Carter to hear their insights about what it means to be fundraising for international organizations in these challenging times. It was encouraging to hear how upbeat and positive these nonprofit leaders are, how they are adapting to their new reality, and how they are discovering new ways to interact with their community.
AFP’s Toronto Chapter is recognized as a leader in promoting philanthropy and providing education, training and best practices for those in the profession. I was pleasantly surprised when members of AFP Toronto reached out to inquire how we might collaborate to create some meaningful for their community. After getting our ducks in a row over the last couple of weeks, we are all pleased to see our efforts are coming together. This collaboration has afforded us all some learning opportunities, an opportunity to bring a local community together despite social distancing, a chance to reach across international lines and to create value for fundraising professionals around the globe.
As always, we are very grateful to OneCause for being our sponsor.