- What is Involve Abbotsford?
- Involve Abbotsford Mission Statement
- What is the Involve Abbotsford Symposium?
What is Involve Abbotsford?
Involve Abbotsford is a program that supports and fosters the robust and innovative arts, non-profit sector, and local sports organizations by providing relevant information and training to help build on the foundation of service that benefits the quality of life for all residents of Abbotsford.
Involve Abbotsford Mission Statement
To educate, inspire, and support the organizational development of non-profits, and those who work tirelessly to provide meaningful involvement opportunities in our community.
What is the Involve Abbotsford Symposium?
The Symposium is a free one-day event to learn about the best organizational practices and information for non-profits. Take the opportunity to network and participate in engaging and innovative workshops. Prepare to be informed, inspired and invigorated.
Save the Date! Involve Symposium is on November 20, 2019, 9 am - 3:30 pm. Check back in September for information on presenters and registration.
2019 Involve Symposium will be featuring keynote speaker and host of Breakfast Television Vancouver, Riaz Meghji. Riaz will be speaking about how every Conversation Counts with a focus on how meaningful conversations build relationships. This presentation is a candid and far-ranging look at how creative conversations can help you reinvent yourself, re-energize your brand, and further develop your business. Audience members are reminded that the potential for game-changing conversations can occur at any given moment, and will be given tips on how to establish powerful relationships by making every conversation count.
We are happy to have Starbucks and Pita Pit (Livingstone Avenue) as sponsors for this year's Involve Symposium.
Resources from previous Involve Symposiums
- Out With the Waste: Efficiency and Effectiveness through Continuous Improvement - 2016
- How to be a Council Delegate - 2016
- Special Events Planning 101 - 2016
- When Good Enough in Not Enough: Creating a Culture of Engagement - 2016