BC Societies Act Webinar
Delivery is now complete for the webinar which:
- reviews highlights of the new Act
- helps you identify the specific areas that affect your organization
- equips your leadership with the knowledge and skills needed to efficiently and confidently move your organization through this process
- provides informational handouts and a transition checklist to help keep you organized
With decades of experience supporting charities and non-profit organizations, lawyer Richard Bridge presented the 90-minute online session.
The recording of this session, with helpful written materials, is for sale.
Here is some feedback that we received on the session:
Thank you for the event, this was one of the most informative webinars I’ve ever attended.
I was impressed with the quality of the visuals and the information communicated. Also the Primer will be useful to me in planning the transition for the four non-profits that I represent. Worth the money spent.
I just wanted to thank you for the webinar. It was informative and succinct, and gave a comprehensive overview.
Myself and one other sat in on the webinar and couldn’t have been more satisfied. The presenter, Richard, did a superb job explaining what to expect and where we will fit in. Thanks to all involved. Although we are not too excited about having to switch over, this will make things much easier.
I found the webinar very reassuring! I think it was the calmness of the presenter and the background information for the changes.
The webinar was very good, and you did a great facilitating the session. You and Richard were engaging, which is challenging when you have the void of the webinar screen as your audience.
I would like to thank you for the work you have done in preparing this presentation session. This was my first experience using an online group session and I was very impressed. I found the information very helpful to me, in my new position. Richard and Stacey both spoke very clearly, so it was easy to listen to and follow as the presentation progressed.