Conference

The Saskatchewan Camping Association presents ..

SCA EDUCATION DAY 2011

TOPIC: OPENING THE DOOR TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND MUCH LARGER GIVING
FROM YOUR DONORS. YOU HOLD THE KEY!
SPEAKER; AARON RUSTON
DATE: SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19, 2011
TIME: 10 am – 3 pm Registration: 10-10:30 am
LOCATION: DALLAS VALLEY RANCH CAMP
COST: $25 (includes lunch, speaker and giveaway)
Please send cheque, payable to the SCA for $25, names of those attending and any dietary restriction to:
Donna Wilkinson
3950 Castle Road
Regina SK S4S 3A6

Connect with Donna by email or call her at 306-586-4026.

A message from Aaron Ruston
In today’s fluctuating investment markets, apparent economic uncertainty, and all time high personal debt loads, your donors and constituents are often hesitant to commit to your cause at the levels they would really like to. How do you compete with all of the other charities looking to access the seemingly limited resources of the donors? How do we make the donor aware of ways they can help which will not negatively affect their overall plans and in fact can serve to solidify their current as well as future planning needs? How do you bring your board on side in even greater ways and work with them to develop broader area of contacts? The answer is through the education of all parties involved from the board members to the donors themselves. The incorporating of efficient and strategic plans to maximize your opportunities while minimizing your organizational costs allows you to realize and exceed your ministry objectives.

In our sessions we will address the educating of donors as well as internal staff in methods to increase giving to your cause. There will be templates of forms and processes included for you to take back to your offices and provide, with some planning, a solid addition to your existing funding and strategic model.

SPEAKERS BIO
Aaron has been in the financial industry for 26 years. Having come from a rural background and having seen the impact on a personal family level what a lack of properly directed financial planning can have on a family’s dreams was the catalyst for the decision to step into the industry. Over the years Aaron has worked extensively in Canada and the USA in areas of personal finance as well as corporate matters. The last 12 years have seen Aaron also involved in the charitable sector as Director of Corporate Foundation and Planned Gifts with Briercrest College and Seminary while also sitting on various international boards and advisory committees. Numerous speaking engagements on a national and international corporate level as well as media consultancy allowed him to gain a greater perspective on all facets of strategic financial planning and it s implementation into our everyday lives. Aaron is currently completing
his MBA in international investment management.

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