Heading to Knowledge Hub 2024: What You Need to Know

When and Where?
Get ready for Knowledge Hub 2024 on April 25, from 5:30 pm to 9 pm. The event is set at Toronto’s Old Mill and offers both in-person and online options for attendees.

Who Should Attend?
This event targets leaders and influencers within the charity and non-profit sectors, including churches. It’s perfect for volunteers, advisors, and professionals in legal and financial roles looking to deepen their industry knowledge and network.

Speaker Lineup

  • Sharmila Khare from the Canada Revenue Agency will discuss regulatory perspectives in her talk, “Perspectives from the CRA.”
  • Taras Kulish of Mills & Mills LLP will cover the intricacies of managing donations in “Donors, Donations, and Control.”
  • Olya Kuplowska, representing the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies, will offer insights on foundation-based donations.
  • Krystyne Rusek from Speigel Nichols Fox LLP will explore legal challenges in philanthropy with her presentation on “Zombie Philanthropy.”
  • Event Details
    The entry fee ranges from $15 to $30, which includes refreshments like sandwiches, coffee, and tea.

    Organized By
    The Ukrainian Canadian Bar Association spearheads this initiative, alongside Ukrainian Canadian Social Services Toronto and the Ukrainian Canadian Professional and Business Association of Toronto.

    Register Today
    Knowledge Hub 2024 promises a night of insightful discussions and valuable networking opportunities. Whether you’re seeking to learn about regulatory changes, funding strategies, or legal challenges in the non-profit world, this event is the place to be. Do not miss out; register today and be part of the conversation that shapes the future of the Ukrainian Canadian charity and non-profit sector.

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