Welcome to the G2 TOOLKIT
Are you exhausted by the roller-coaster of dependency on grants and government funding? Natasha van Bentum, CFRE of Give Green Canada ("G2") can help you. Here is what one of Canada's top philanthropic advisors and gift planners has to say about the Toolkit:
"This Toolkit is the best publicly-accessible source of information on ecological gifts and planned gifts in Canada. It is a terrific resource for environmental charities to become educated about gift planning. The content is clear and well presented, and the course has excellent links to quality external resources." Malcolm Burrows, Head, Philanthropic Advisory Services, Scotia Private Client Group
For full access to the Toolkit contents (no charge, all contents are free), please Log In, see top of page.
This isn't a course with homework, essays and assignments, but a helpful resource at your fingertips. You can explore just one unit, or all of the units. (See Menu at left-hand column.)
"I highly recommend G2's Toolkit. Whether you are a complete beginner, or simply tweaking an existing planned giving campaign, it is packed full of resources to help you." Moira Chaudhry, former Major & Corporate Giving Steward (Planned Giving), Sierra Club of British Columbia
In addition, Give Green Canada (G2) also offers one-on-one mentorships with G2's project director Natasha van Bentum, a long-time legacy and monthly giving fundraiser with national and international experience. Please get in touch by email for more details email@example.com.
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"Natasha has been a huge help to me as we've been working to get our legacy giving program going. We were able to get more web content, create a brochure, make my committee members feel more comfortable with it, and get pointers on a donor recognition event we're doing. I'd highly recommend a mentorship with Natasha." Jen Baker, Head of the Lake Land Trust
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Here are some key links to help you navigate the Toolkit: