Join BCACG & Volunteer BC – at VOLUNTEER FUTURES SYMPOSIUM 2017 – WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY. Annual Training Event for Volunteers, Non-Profits & Charities.
The Symposium is an annual gathering of community nonprofits, dialoguing about fundraising, sustainability, diversity, government and governance. The Symposium is co-presented with Volunteer BC and is a cost effective opportunity to learn, contribute and network.
Everyone welcome! Anyone wanting to learn more about volunteerism and non-profit/charities sector can attend. Sign language interpreters are available making this event accessible for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Topics: Technology for non-profits, engaging youth,, volunteer management, diversity in leadership & more.
Date: October 4-5, 2017
Location: Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, Richmond, BC
Fees: $200 for /2 day event
Registration fees include: All sessions, breakfast, lunch, coffee & refreshments.
The 2017 Volunteer Futures Symposium is an Eligible Gaming Expense!
While section 7.6 of the Guidelines indicates that conferences are a prohibited use of Gaming funds, the Community Gaming Grants Branch recognizes that the 2017 Volunteer Futures Symposium is an important source of current information about the Community Gaming Grant. Likewise volunteer training, related to the direct delivery of your approved program, is an eligible Gaming Grant expense (see point 7c of Appendix VIII, Conditions of the Community Gaming Grant).
As they have in previous years, Gaming is allowing organizations to use gaming funds to attend the Symposium. As with any use of funds, organizations are expected to demonstrate how the training contributes to program delivery.
Travel expenses for volunteers to go to the BCACG Symposium are eligible to be paid from an organization’s gaming account. An additional $500 that may also be allocated from the gaming account. It is to be used in any manner directly related to the BCACG Symposium. For example, a paid employee of an organization may use the $500 towards travel and accommodation and/or any registration fees related to the Symposium.
Please contact David Sheach at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.