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PANEL NOTES | Charity Village Conference November 3, 2021

Case Studies, Youth, Communities Building Youth Futures, Youth Engagement, Homepage Resources, Panel Notes

Below you will find reflections and examples from the first 20 months of implementing the Communities Building Youth Futures (CBYF)initiative at Tamarack Institute in collaboration with communities across Canada.

Millennials and Gen Z have proven that they are passionate about both social justice and meaningful careers that have an impact, making them a seemingly perfect fit for the nonprofit sector. But with most nonprofits still heavily dependent on Baby Boomers for their donations and volunteers, are they ignoring this segment of highly engaged young people? This panel will highlight successful strategies that nonprofits are using to connect with young people and build pipelines for future donors, volunteers, employees, and leaders.


Nathalie Blanchet

By Nathalie Blanchet

In her role at Tamarack Institute, Nathalie works closely with the Managers of Cities and with staff across Tamarack to ensure communities have the knowledge, learning and coaching they need to design mechanisms for youth to be engaged and supported. -- Dans le cadre de son travail au Tamarack Institute, Nathalie travaille en étroite collaboration avec les Gestionnaires de villes et les membres du personnel de l’organisation afin d’assurer que les communautés reçoivent les connaissances, la formation et l’accompagnement dont elles ont besoin pour concevoir des mécanismes permettant aux jeunes de s’engager et d’être soutenus.

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