Charitable Giving - Boardroom Seminar

November 25, 2008

With Lesley Anderson of Tides Canada

Free answers to your questions: *How can charitable giving help with my taxes? *How can I create social change through charitable giving? *How is Tides Canada different from other charitable giving foundations?

Lesley Anderson is Director of Philanthropic services of Tides Canada, a Vancouver based charitable organization focused on the environment, social justice, and increasing the impact of Canada’s leading charities and non-profits.

Time: noon-1:30 pm

Stephen Whipp’s offices at Suite 202-1005 Broad Street @ Broughton (through Flowers on Top and up the stairs), Victoria

Please bring a brown bag lunch and we will provide the Fair Trade coffee.

Pre-registration. Call (250) 405 3550.

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