Nonprofit Driven Annual Conference

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Nonprofit Driven 2022

Key Details

Dates: November 2-3, 2022

Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Let’s gather in-person to reconnect, collaborate and strategize to shape the future of our sector, together.

Nonprofit Driven is not just Ontario’s largest public policy forum- it is also an important gathering for nonprofit leaders, community organizers, and policymakers to collaborate and form strategic partnerships while having a bit of fun! 

This year’s conference schedule will intentionally include longer breaks and built-in opportunities for attendees, staff and supporters to connect. Through facilitated activities and quiet spaces for one-on-one conversations, art, a photo booth, and a social at the end of Day 1, there will be lots of ways for you to reunite with fellow colleagues and meet new ones!

MC’s: Erin Kang and Tamer Ibrahim

Information on our exciting sessions, capacity-building workshops and fireside chats can be found here. This page will be regularly updated as more details are finalized.

Thank you to our generous sponsors for making Nonprofit Driven possible this year!

Registration

ONN members receive a $100 discount on all early bird and regular tickets. Only ONN members are eligible to access and use these discounts. If you would like to access discounted tickets for the conference, you can become an ONN member to save.

Registration is for one person only. Registration cannot be shared by multiple people. For more details on registration, please read our policy. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our team at info@theonn.ca.

Nonprofit Driven: Care team

The conference will have an onsite care team and spaces to support attendees. The team includes ONN staff and active listeners who can be considered “go-to” people throughout the conference. All attendees will also have access to a quiet space, and mental health/wellness resources. 

Active listeners: Amanda Lederle (they/them) and Donovan McKenzie (he/him)

  • Amanda (they/them) is a neurodiverse, queer Chinese-Canadian born, recovering perfectionist and empathic human living in Tkaronto (Toronto). Their goal is to leave every conversation knowing that the individual feels a little more heard than when they began. Amanda loves to discuss creativity and mental health. They have been trained as a peer support, completed their Mental Health First Aid certification and is a Movies for Mental Health facilitator for Art with Impact Canada.
  • Donovan McKenzie (he/him) is the founder of Heart of a Man, an organization created to help communities overcome their inner battles, elevate their voices and inspire others by sharing their struggles openly. His work aims to find ways to support and encourage those in need. He is working on rewriting the narrative of what it means to be a human struggling with emotional and mental stress, one conversation at a time, by turning his pain into purpose.

Accessibility

ONN understands the importance of accessibility. ASL interpretation will be provided at all plenary sessions during the conference. The event at Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South Building) will occur on Level 700 and a map of the space is available online. Should you require specific accommodations, please let our team know as soon as possible.

Accommodation

Book your accommodation for Nonprofit Driven 2022 at Radisson Blu Toronto Downtown (249 Queen’s Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2N5).

  • Book before Monday, October 3rd to secure a special rate of $249/night
  • The special rate covers reservations for November 1 and 2 only
  • Book online or call 1 (437) 886-9667 and use the group name “Nonprofit Driven”
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