Most people are good - lessons in f***ing philanthropy with Amtul Siddiqui
Ken and Russell explore the world of non-profit fundraising and philanthropy with Director of Philanthropy at Bethany Care Foundation Amtul Siddiqui. They discuss how to increase diversity within organizations and within the donor pool, how to broaden your social network across cultures and the importance of volunteering in your community.
Amtul is a dynamic, goal oriented fundraising professional with 20 years of philanthropy experience. Strong knowledge of sales, marketing and government relations. Background in working with diverse stakeholders. And a big believer in volunteering in the communities we live in. She is the Director of Philanthropy at Bethany Care Foundation and Vice Chair of the Calgary Police Commission.
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