Upcoming Alberta Ecotrust events - webinars, Maximizing Engagement 2010

Pull out your calendars, clear your schedule and join us for these great events!

Alberta Ecotrust Lunch-n-learn Webinars

Cost: free with pre-registration - but you will need a speaker/headset and high-speed internet to participate.

Visit our website to register for any of these sessions

Fundraising 101

Tuesday September 28 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Are you new to the environmental field and uncertain about how to start fundraising?  Join Ecotrust staff for an introductory lesson on how to prepare to raise funds and where to look.  This session is intended for new staff, volunteers or board members of environmental organizations who need a primer on environmental fundraising and grantseeking.

Grantseeking for Water Groups

Thursday October 14 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Building on the basics from our Fundraising 101 lunch n' learn, this session will examine some of the funding available for water groups and projects.  We will bring in water funders who will share their thoughts on what makes a proposal strong and fundable.  Q&A with the funders will follow.

Bear Awareness and Education Public Event

In partnership with Crowsnest Conservation Society and Devon Canada Corporation
September 29, 2010 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Frank Slide Interpretative Centre, Crowsnest Pass

For information, contact: [email protected]

Maximizing Engagement 2010

Tuesday November 9, Calgary
Wednesday November 10, Edmonton
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Are you unsure of the best way to reach out to your community? Are you confused about when, if and how you can "advocate" for your cause? Tired of multi-stakeholder processes? Join us on November 9 in Calgary & November 10 in Edmonton for Maximizing Engagement 2010, a full-day workshop on engaging with members, stakeholders, and other constituents. Visit our ME 2010 webpage for more info and to register.

Cost: $50 ENGO/$75 Regular 25% discount for 2 or more people from the same organization. Travel subsidies available compliments of our Community Resource Fund, created by Encana and sponsored by Imperial Oil Foundation.