World Changer Q&A

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We caught up with Eastern Canada Regional Manager, Jullie Pfeffer to learn what excites her about her role in leading our dynamic campaign teams.  Jullie has been involved with donorworx since 2009 and has had an exciting career with donorworx.  She has been a Fundraiser, Campaign Leader, Campaign Field Manager and now is a Regional […]

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Fundraising Love at AFP Baltimore

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Fundraising Love at AFP Baltimore

Last week donorworx had the absolute pleasure of exhibiting at the AFP 52nd International Fundraising Conference in Baltimore, Md. The conference is a fundraiser’s paradise – with over over 100 educational sessions to brush up your fundraising knowledge, the exhibitors Marketplace, and engaging key note speakers including Whoopie Goldberg and Seth Godin. The highlight of […]

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A Day in the Life Series

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A Day in the Life Series

donorworx is made up of an incredible group of talented and passionate people who all share a common goal of making the world a better place. To help you get to know our growing family of donorworx staff, we are kicking off a “Day in the Life” series to introduce you to some of these […]

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Travel to South Africa with donorworx!

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Travel to South Africa with donorworx!

You Could be on the Next Trip! See your fundraising efforts in action. You’ve fundraised in your communities. You’ve poured out your heart to donors. You’ve been a voice of change for children. You’ve connected caring Canadians to children abroad. You’ve lived your passion and made a lasting difference. Now you have the chance to […]

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Fundraising Festivities at Carrassagua

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Fundraising Festivities at Carrassagua

Our volunteer CAP program is kicking off the summer event season at Carassauga Festival of Cultures in Mississauga May 23rd to the 25th! If you enjoy advocating for children in need and want to start earning a spot on our next CAP trip to South Africa, please contact: jullie@donorworx.com

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Notes from the field: Day 3 in South Africa

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As we sleepily drove into the suburbs back to the Baphumelele orphanage, our bones ached from the previous day’s activities, painting a ‘cluster’ which is a little house for 8 children with a house mother.  The walls were a dark dirty green or purple colour, the blue of the linoleum was scarcely recognizable through the […]

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