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Bill Schaper talks about the surfacing challenges and policy concerns that arise from the changing nature of charitable giving and the increasing demand for charity. The discussion is on what is the broader relationship between the federal government, the economy, and charities.
Hilary Pearson gives us an overview of how the Canada Revenue Agency advises and regards the charitable sector.
The line between sponsorship and charitable giving is blurring. In this episode, Brent Barootes explains how sponsorship has taken off as a form of marketing, and how charities can better utilize sponsorships, even with legal limitations and its obstacles.
In this episode, Gena Rotstein, a philanthropic adviser, shares how philanthropy is evolving and how the charity field can shift to accommodate the new perspectives and trends.
Bruce MacDonald and Adam Aptowitzer explore the common challenges that charities face and share various ideas on how to bring the sector together.