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Tuesday, November 11, 2014                                                                        

Webinar Wednesdays: Two exciting topics to “lunch and learn”

Nonprofit Leadership in Changing Times with Dr. Alex Himelfarb
Home and Auto Insurance- Value-adds for Nonprofit Staff

Home and Auto Insurance- Value-adds for Nonprofit Staff

Navigating the complexities of home and auto insurance can be intimidating. Making sure you are not overpaying and not underinsured is important. ONN has partnered with HUB International to provide members and their employees the best service and insurance options available. As ONN's broker of choice, HUB International is able to provide an exclusive group home and auto insurance program with reduced rates and discounts. Let HUB International do the insurance shopping for you! Learn more about their fast, no-obligation quote with the group program, and how staff can access 15+ other insurance providers, so they can verify they're receiving the best coverage at the right price for them and their families.

Learn more about options for nonprofits of all sizes with ONN’s exclusive insurance partner HUB International. Get useful tips and free support tools for assessing your insurance products.

Date:  Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Time:  12:00- 1:00pm
Cost:  Free
Presenters:  HUB Ontario’s Gerry De Lauro and Tamsen Metcalf

During this one hour webinar, you will learn:

  • Top 10 Tips for insurance
  • Auto and Property Insurance- what is included
  • How to access a free online tool to get automatic quotes

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Why now? Working with HUB, we’ve got an exciting new offerings for ONN’s insurance program for Ontario nonprofits and charities.

About the presenters

Gerry De Lauro is Senior Vice President of HUB Ontario’s Group and Affinity program.

Tamsen Metcalf is Marketing & Communications Specialist for HUB Ontario and has been working with Group and Affinity programs for over 8 years. Tamsen has always had an interest in volunteering and fundraising for charities. As a member of HUB's charitable committee, HUB Gives, she has assisted in raising over $80,000 for various charities and has always been hands on volunteering for many organizations.

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This is an especially useful webinar for staff with human resource roles and responsibilities, so please pass on to your nonprofit colleagues!

Nonprofit Leadership: Seizing the Opportunity of Changing Times

The role of the nonprofit sector, government and the private sector are rapidly changing. When gaps in our social fabric open up, nonprofits could lose their footing- or seize the moment. Learn about strategies to strengthen communities in crisis and what role the nonprofit sector could play in the future of Canada.

We’re excited to present this webinar with Dr. Alex Himelfarb, co-editor of “Tax is not a Four-Letter Word” and Director Emeritus of York University’s Glendon School of Public & International Affairs.

Date:  Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Time:  12:00- 1:00pm

Cost:  $30 for ONN Members/ $60 for Nonmembers

Presenter: Dr. Alex Himelfarb, Director Emeritus, York University’s Glendon School of Public & International Affairs

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About the presenter

A Professor of Sociology, Dr. Himelfarb joined the Public Service in 1981 including as Executive Director of the National Parole Board; Deputy Minister of Canadian Heritage, and as Clerk of the Privy Council serving three Prime Ministers, until he was nominated as Ambassador to the Italian Republic and High Commissioner to the Republic of Malta.

Dr. Himelfarb also leads the Centre for Global Challenges and serves on many Boards including Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, Trudeau Foundation and the World Wildlife Fund.


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