An invitation to participate in a discussion on ethics in the charitable sector
The Ethics Resources Committee of AFP Greater Toronto Chapter continues to reach out to AFP members across the country to invite participation in a special ethics survey. We want to gain an understanding of your needs relating to your knowledge of ethics, top ethics concerns, and how the various AFP Ethics Resources Committees can best serve their membership and the charitable sector.
Terrific feedback has been shared so far, but we want more people to have the opportunity to participate, so the deadline has been extended until Wednesday, October 10.
You are invited to participate because your experiences and observations matter. The more insights we gain, the greater our ability to serve you and your organization.
In a nutshell:
- Survey link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/88KDJYV
- You can respond confidentially or share your name. If you share your name, you will automatically be entered to win a free AFP membership.
- Results will be shared with respondents, all Canadian AFP chapters, at the Toronto Annual Fundraising Congress in November and in future editions of AFP eWire.
- AFP chapter presidents are encouraged to invite their members to share their thoughts in the survey.
“This is a significant opportunity to gain and share knowledge about the needs of everyone from board directors to CEOs to staff, ultimately, in order to ensure volunteers, donors, and the people charities help can enjoy best-in-class philanthropic experiences,” - Sharon Wood, president & CEO, Kids Help Phone, and vice president, governance, of AFP Greater Toronto Chapter’s board of directors.
Thanks for enlivening the ethics discussion!
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