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AGM, Elections and Luncheon Event (Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation: Engaging Saskatchewan-Then Vs. Now)

AGM Luncheon and Board Elections

 

Date: September 15, 2020

Location: ONLINE; Microsoft Teams (Meeting information will be sent to registrants)

Cost: Member $10, Non-member $12.50

Time:  11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Luncheon Presentation: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation: Engaging Saskatchewan-Then Vs. Now)

The first order of business will be board elections. Volunteering at the board level is a great way to give back to our profession;

if you’re interested in one of these challenging and rewarding leadership roles we’d love to hear from you!

This year we have three board positions coming open for the 2021 term:

  • President-elect
  • VP Professional Development
  • VP Member Services

For more information on the specifics of each role, please see the positions descriptions here.

If you are not familiar with our chapter elections process, here is a refresher:

Elections are held at the AGM, this year this it is online on September 15, 2020. The nominating committee is made up of past chapter presidents and is chaired by the immediate past president. We accept nominations for open positions until one week prior to the AGM; this year that is September 8. This gives the nominating committee enough time to prepare the list of candidates. All nominations should be communicated to Jonathan Moore-Wright (Immediate Past President) at pastpresident@pminorthsask.com. Nominations should include a brief bio as well as a statement of your experience related to the position.

Candidate information will be published to the membership one week prior to the AGM.  At his/her discretion, the president will interview all candidates prior to the election.

The new board appointments take effect January 1, and new board members go through transition and training over the fall.

In addition to elections we will be proposing a number of changes to our chapter bylaws at this AGM based upon changing our fiscal year from July 1 to June 30 to January 1 to December 31.

Please see the proposed changes here. At the AGM we will be asking for a vote to approve the proposed changes.

The AGM will start at 11:30 and our speaker will begin at 12:00.

  1. 11:30 Call to order
  2. Approval of agenda
  3. Approval of minutes of previous AGM, June 11, 2019
  4. Approval of bylaw changes
  5. Introduction of 2019-20 leadership team
  6. Recognition of outgoing officers
  7. President’s remarks
  8. Financial reports
  9. Motions to dispense with financial audit and financial review for 2019-2020
  10. Election of Board members for 2021
  11. AGM 12:00 Adjournment

 

Presentation Title: Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation: Engaging Saskatchewan-Then Vs. Now

Speaker: Laura Gawletz

Location: ONLINE; Microsoft Teams (Meeting information will be sent to registrants)

Presentation Overview:

The presentation will explore the juxtaposition of how our Foundation engaged donors in the past to both inspire and recognize philanthropy versus current challenges and connecting in the new normal. The presentation will showcase previous coordination of fundraising events and celebrations with the donor community as well as adapted and implemented strategies that continue to raise funds for children’s and maternal health care in Saskatchewan during this next chapter.

Speaker Biography:

Laura Gawletz joined Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation’s team in early 2019, as the Manager of Major Gifts. Laura is dedicated to raising funds for the enhancement of maternal and children’s health care in Saskatchewan, and Jim Pattison Children's Hospital. Laura focuses daily on relationships with donors and leaders in the community to engage, inform and steward partnerships. Laura has been a leader in customer service, for more than a decade, both managing and connecting with clients to provide productive, reliable and meaningful experiences.

Presentation Learning Objective:

This presentation will provide insight into the importance of relationship building, team management and coordination, and how Saskatchewan businesses can help make the difference for the province through relationships with charitable organizations, Now More Than Ever.

 

Questions regarding the program should be addressed to:

Shahira Mabrouk, Dir of Programs  -  Phone: 306-241-3582  -  Email: programs@pminorthsask.com 

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Information

Type of activity: Networking

Date: 15 September 2020

Hour: 11:30 to 13:00

PDU's:1.0

Price

Members: $10.00

Non members: $12.50