Experts Wanted! 2022 VBCACG Conference is October 13 and 14!

Experts Wanted! 2022 VBCACG Conference is October 13 and 14!

Our live conference is back, and we’re excited to see you all in person! 

Mark your calendars for October 13 & 14, 2022 for Volunteer BC & BCACG’s Conference at the Executive Hotel Vancouver Airport in Richmond.

This conference is for individuals around BC interested in learning more about volunteerism, non-profits, charities and Community Gaming Grants.

 

ABOUT THE EVENT

The two-day conference will be filled with inspiring keynotes and impactful workshops designed to navigate the challenging landscape, volunteers, non-profits and charities are experiencing during the next wave of the pandemic.

 

EXPERTS WANTED! CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS

Have a session idea? Submit your proposal idea here by July 30, 2022.

Don’t have a Gmail account?

Submit your form using the following steps:

  1. Use your current email to create a google account.
  2. After you create your account, submit the speaker form.

 

Questions?

Email: hello@volunteerbcacgconference.com.

 

Registration Now Open!

Registration Now Open!

Did you hear the good news? Registration for our Volunteer BC & BCACG (BC Association for Charitable Gaming) Virtual Conference is now open!

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The two-day event will be filled with inspiring keynotes and impactful workshops designed to navigate the challenging landscape, volunteers, non-profits and charities are experiencing during and post-pandemic. Share with your network and don’t let them miss this incredible event!

Register here: Conference Website

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Any questions? Email: hello@volunteerbcacgconference.com

Keynote Announced for Volunteer Futures Symposium 2018!

Keynote Announced for Volunteer Futures Symposium 2018!

Cropped VF 2018 LogoWe are honoured to have Kris Archie, Executive Director, The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada as the keynote at Volunteer Futures Symposium.

The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada (The Circle) transforms philanthropy and contributes to positive change with Indigenous communities by creating spaces of learning, innovation, relationship-building, co-creation and activation.

Kris Archie, a Secwepemc and Seme7 woman from the Ts’qescen First Nation, is passionate about heart-based community work and facilitating positive change. Prior to her role at The Circle, Archie was the senior project manager for the Vancouver Foundation’s youth homelessness initiative, called Fostering Change.