Collaborate Canada

Starts:
  Thursday, May 21, 2015
  All day
 
Ends: Friday, May 22, 2015  

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A pre-conference event, specifically engaging Christian leaders across Canada who share the passion to care for vulnerable children and the vision to see the Church across our nation be equipped and empowered to respond effectively in adoption, foster care, and family preservation.

Collaborate Canada is an experience strategically designed to connect Christian leaders across Canada who are actively engaged in church, non-profit, community, government, or professional services for vulnerable children; also ideal for aspiring leaders who would like to learn and get connected.

Collaborate Canada is a pre-conference forum leading into the Together for Adoption 2015 Conference event.

Join other national and local leaders from across the country to forge new connections, find inspiration in exchanging best practices and gather resources key to fueling thriving, locally-led initiatives. Forever Families of Canada will be presenting more comprehensive information regarding its new national networking initiative being launched that weekend as well as facilitate strategic working groups to learn from leaders how it might serve them most effectively.

More information on the agenda and registration at the link below:
https://foreverfamilies.ca/events/collaborate-canada/

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