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An Event Philosophy
for the New Economy
 
 
 

Two Candles, One Flame

Award Winning Toronto Event Planner's Unique "Double Bottom Line"

Let Barb Sauder and Anomaly Events incorporate the commitment your company has to community and charitable endeavors into your event planning at no additional cost, producing a "double bottom line" benefit.

Barb has been committed to supporting community initiatives and the efforts of not-for-profit agencies from the start of her Toronto event planning career organizing fundraising events. Out of this commitment, she has created events that not only achieve the meeting and event objectives of her clients, but also address the needs of organizations in the not-for-profit sector.

In this way, effective event planning ignites a spark that lights the candle of both your event and the candle of a community project; hence the creative event planning philosophy of "Two Candles – One Flame".

Imagine a team building event that helps to build a community playground.
Envision a casual Friday with all of your employees wearing T-Shirts promoting awareness of a local charity or cause within your office building.
Dismantle departmental silos by staging a mentoring event with people working in tandem to achieve a goal.
Host a client appreciation event at a venue that promotes green practices using a caterer that supports community hunger – fighting programs.

Events like these WILL NOT INCREASE THE BUDGET OF YOUR EVENT, satisfying both your company's FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY and social conscience. Adopting this event planning philosophy for the new economy will help your event speak to the wave of interest in corporate social responsibility seen in government and corporate boardrooms across the country and around the globe.

Contact Anomaly Events for more information on this program. Consultation and proposal preparation is always free.

A Call for Corporate Social Responsibility

"Never doubt that a small, group of thoughtful, committed citizens
can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
Margaret Mead, Anthropologist

The importance of the not-for-profit sector is being recognized as a driving force in our communities and economies. Research is underway into methods of supporting community, charitable and ecological groups through non-traditional funding models and tax incentives for social innovation. In fact, research by the Ontario Trillium Foundation with its grant recipients indicates that every dollar invested by the foundation in the not-for-profit sector returns two dollars more in philanthropic contributions and volunteer time.

For more information on this and other research please visit:

www.sigeneration.ca " Social Innovation Generation (SiG), a national collaboration addressing Canada's social and ecological challenges by creating a culture of continuous social innovation.
www.socialfinance.ca/taskforce/report " a report by a taskforce regarding Social Finance, an approach to managing money that delivers social and/or environmental benefits, and in most cases, a financial return.

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