Brampton officials offering free seminars for non-profits


Published May 13, 2024 at 2:19 pm

Brampton Non-Profit Seminars 2024

The City of Brampton is putting non-profit organizations in the spotlight, as applications for the Advance Brampton Fund are officially locked in. The goal is to support and develop not-for-profit organizations that help Brampton’s overall community health, including incentives focusing on arts and culture, recreation and community safety. 

For those curious about program logistics as a current or future applicant, municipal officials are launching a series of free seminars on May 15 in partnership with the Chang School of Continuing Education campus at Toronto Metropolitan University. 

According to an official release, new purpose-built seminars are being launched, which include a marketing and financial management series that assist Brampton-based organizations. 

Updated seminars from years prior will also be available with a focus on grant writing, strategic oversight and impact measurement. City officials encourage those interested to act fast, as these live events operate on a first come first serve basis. 

For those who can’t make it to the in-person events this week, municipal and campus officials are offering a limited online series of seminars.

According to the city, these meeting links will be available to those eligible on the day of the event. As for the in-person events, the specific locations of these seminars will be sent out to approved applicants on the day of the event as well. 

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