September 21, 2010
81 St. Mary Street, Charbonnel Lounge, Elmsley Hall, St. Michael's College (closest subways are Bay and Museum)
Five Good Ideas is a lunch and learn program where industry or issue experts discuss powerful yet practical ideas on key management issues facing nonprofit organizations. The sessions are most useful for staff and board members of small and mid-sized nonprofits. Each expert presents five practical, strategic ideas and explores with the audience how these ideas can be translated into action.
Nick Saul, Executive Director of The Stop Community Food Centre, will share Five Good Ideas gleaned from his work in transforming a small, local food bank into a thriving community food centre: a place where people come together over food to build health, hope, skills, self-confidence, environmental sustainability, community and greater equity.
Space is limited so register early at http://maytree.com/events/fgi/.
There is no cost for the workshop and a light lunch will be provided.
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