Toronto’s Changing Face of Philanthropy
Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Time: 6:30pm – 8:45pm (6:30 – social/light supper, 7:15 – program)
Location: NEW LOCATION: Oakham House
Address: 55 Gould Street
Philanthropist: from the Greek meaning ‘love of mankind,’ a very generous person, someone who gives personal resources to promote human and social well-being.
Social Venture Partners invites you to hear from three leaders who are transforming Toronto by giving strategically and encouraging others to give big. They’ll draw on their personal stories, engage in lively debate about how to encourage more Torontonians to give back smartly, and offer advice about how to get started as a new philanthropist.
Chair, POA Educational Foundation, founder of Project Beyshick (promoting First Nations entrepreneurship), founder Isopia and Osellus, national convenor Canada India Foundation
2010 YWCA Woman of Distinction, Chair of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Vice-Chair of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Past- President of the Canadian Club of Toronto, Honorary Board Chair and co-founder of Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto, and Director of TIFF, Canadian Journalism Foundation, Walrus Foundation and Equal Voice
Arts patron, President of Cineplex Media, honorary patron of 519 Church St. Community Centre, past Famous Players Man of the Year and Pride Toronto life time achievement winner
Ben Levin, SVP partner
Please note that this event is free for partners; $20 for non-partners.
Preregistration is required. Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org