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Four ways millennials are changing charitable giving

It’s quickly becoming clear that with the arrival of millennials comes a shift in how philanthropy is viewed and executed. This new crowd of up-and-coming professionals expect transparency and hands-on experiences. There’s a need to be able to identify and tangibly work with the issues at hand. As millennials with a great deal of fundraising experience, we have some ideas on what charitable organizations should be doing to make themselves more attractive and millennial-friendly.

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Candid Career Advice from Women Leading the Charge in Previously Male-Dominated Fields

By Bay Street Bull Staff | December 5, 2018

WHILE SOCIETY HAS COME A LONG WAY IN SUPPORTING WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE, SOME INDUSTRIES ARE STILL LAGGING BEHIND, AND WOMEN IN THESE FIELDS FACE A VARIETY OF CHALLENGES. Between pervasive stereotypes, perceived work/life demands and a lack of opportunity, women face an uphill…

 
 
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BReakfast Television Interviews Arlene Dickinson about Breakfast of Champions

November 7, 2018 08:34

On Friday, over 30 of the country’s top business and community leaders will all enjoy breakfast while raising funds for the SickKids Hospital. Joining Dina and Roger is CEO of District Ventures Capital Arlene Dickinson to talk more about this event and her participation.

 
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Canada’s Brightest Business People Define Mentorship and Leadership in their own Terms

September 9, 2017 from the Bay Street Bull

The road to success is seldom an easy one, often marked by winding paths and unforeseen obstacles. That’s why it’s important to surround yourself with a network of people who can guide you along the way. Breakfast of Champions in Support of SickKids is an annual fundraising

 
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Breakfast of Champions aims to raise $200,000 for SickKids

By Joel Levy | November 1, 2018 from Toronto Guardian

Now in its 7th year, the Breakfast of Champions event in support of SickKids will take place on November 9th in Toronto. We got a chance to chat with organizers prior to the event to find out more about what they do and how we can help. Describe

 
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Young professionals fundraise for Sickkids and show you don’t need the big bucks to be a champion

By Emily Rumball | October 1, 2018 from Notable Life

Young professionals just starting out have it hard. While older generations often believe that millennials are a selfish and greedy generation, individuals like Simon Leith, Jonathan Tong, and David Leith are breaking the mould and inspiring other young professionals to do the same. Co-chairs of the massively

 
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What I Learned From the Young Leaders Behind the SickKids Breakfast of Champions

Julian Brass | November 23, 2016 notable.ca

It’s no secret that how we start our day can set us up for how we feel, act, and perform all day long. To live a notable life, we need to be mindful of this and own it. That’s why I’m a big advocate of morning rituals. While…

 
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A Look Inside the Breakfast of Champions SickKids Fundraiser

GRACIE CARROLL | November 9, 2016 graciecarroll.com

Although I’ve taken part in many fundraising events for SickKids (most notably my favourite annual event, Scrubs in The City!), this year was my first opportunity to attend the Breakfast of Champions in support of SickKids. Breakfast of Champions is an annual fundraising and networking breakfast event…

 
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Jonathan Tong and Simon Leith serve breakfast for sick children

PAUL WALDIE The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 4:24PM EDT

The donors: Jonathan Tong and Simon Leith The gift: Raising $250,000 and climbing The cause: Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children Jonathan Tong and Simon Leith have been close friends since their high-school days in Toronto. Today, they are both lawyers and active…

 
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Young Bay Street drives new wave of philanthropy

TIM KILADZE Globe & Mail

Capitalizing on the opportunity to showcase their potential, Bay Street’s young stars are teaming up with high-profile charities to design innovative philanthropic campaigns. In industries such as banking and corporate law, junior staffers are rarely asked to weigh in on business ideas. Success in these roles is often associated with