Learn Directly from the Professionals


Our professional development offerings will help to train your staff, board members, and volunteers to be effective fundraisers for your organization. For more information about how we can provide low cost professional development solutions for your team, please fill out the form on our contact us page.

November 13, 6:00 PM, Brampton – Introduction to Low-Cost Fundraising

An introductory workshop intended to introduce the concept of fundraising, and the different methods which community groups are using to effectively raise money for their programs and services at a low cost. >Register

November 20, 6:00 PM, Brampton – How to Write Effective Grants

A workshop dedicated to introducing new and emerging organizations to writing proposals for foundations, corporations, and government grants. Told from a funder’s perspective, you will learn useful tips and common mistakes on grant applications. >Register

November 27, 6:00 PM, Brampton – Prospect Research 101

In this workshop, we will look at simple, and often free ways to find sources of funding for your project, program, or cause. New fundraisers and volunteers are encouraged to attend this introductory workshop. >Register

November 2019 – Fundraising Growth: How to Raise More Money

A workshop for individuals who have been raising money for at least a year, and are looking to break the $50,000 mark in annual dollars raised. We will discuss prospect research, special events, grant and proposal writing, sponsorship development and major gifts. 

November 2019 – Prospect Research 201

In this advanced workshop, we will use prospect research tools such as Grant Connect, BIG Database, and other effective tools to find larger, and more relevant sources of funding.

(coming soon) January 2020 – Effective Grant Writing: Stories from Funders

For individuals and groups who have experienced writing at least one grant application, this workshop will help you to understand what government, foundation, and corporation funders look for in an effective grant application. May include guest speakers.