More than eighty-five per cent of people served by Niagara’s social service agencies have been adversely affected by trauma – according to a new survey that’s part of an initiative to help agencies cope with the trauma faced by the people they serve and their own staff through Trauma-Informed Care.
In-person events are coming back. After 2 years struggling under Covid and making the best of virtual events, more and more organizations are making the decision to return to live events including fundraisers. John Armstrong, president of the Armstrong Strategy Group sat down with some of ASG’s fundraising team, Carrie Zeffiro, Bill Hallett and Don Stewart to discuss “How to optimize your fundraising event.”
Armstrong Strategy Group (ASG) is welcoming a veteran fundraiser and master of ceremonies to its growing fundraising and events team.
Join us on Wednesday, December 1 from 9-11 a.m. at Club Italia in Niagara Falls.
With a passion for helping her community in every way possible, Carrie shares how her inborn love of people has driven her fundraising career.
Dave Meslin, ASG’s Senior Associate for Democratic Innovation in conversation with ASG President John Armstrong
Join John Armstrong and Senior Associate for Democratic Innovation, Dave Meslin, in an exclusive interview...
For those of you who have met Bill Hallett, you know he’s aseasoned veteran in the world of philanthropy, whose career has spanned decadesand left an imprint on consequential fundraising campaigns throughout Canada. Forthose who don’t, read on!
Acclaimed Democracy advocate Dave Meslin, has joined Armstrong Strategy Group (ASG) as Senior Associate for Democratic Innovation.
Meslin, who recently joined Armstrong Strategy Group as Senior Associate, Democratic Innovation, spoke about improving democracies at a What’s the Big Idea event hosted by ASG and Henry of Pelham Winery with guest panelist Liz Benneian, Director with Better Niagara.
John Armstrong, ASG President, is pleased to announce today that Suzanne Foy is joining the firm as Senior Associate, Philanthropy. Suzanne's highly-tuned fundraising writing skills perfectly complement our growing philanthropic team.
The ongoing outbreak of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus finds us at a point in history unlike anything we’ve ever seen before – a time which will give us cause to think about how charities adapt to the times we face.
Adding to the capacity the Armstrong Strategy Group is building in philanthropy, John Armstrong, ASG President, is pleased announce today that Carrie Zeffiro is joining the firm as Senior Associate, Philanthropy.
Mainstream professional journalism has taken a beating, as it faces the steady dwindling of its ranks, and a political reality that has conflated “fake media” with stories political partisans simply don’t like. It’s relevancy — and very survival — has never been so challenged.
A recent legal update presented by Human Resources Professional Association Niagara Chapter provided some clarity about recent provincial changes to the province’s minimum employment standards and labour legislation.
At our next evening event, Toronto resident Puneet Dutt will share some themes from her book The Better Monsters, which she describes as a reflection on the cultural complexities of politics, violence and war in the new century.
Puneet Dutt talks about her inspiration for The Better Monsters. Join us for a reading and discussion with Puneet on November 22nd, moderated by David Fancy.
A successful brand strategy recognizes the importance of first impressions and works hard to distill a brand’s goals, vision and values into a compelling and effective set of visuals that both represent the brand and speak, without hesitation, to potential clients.
Ian Brown, an author and writer for the Globe and Mail, led a riveting talk on October 18 as the kickoff to What’s the Big Idea co-hosted by ASG and Henry of Pelham.
Sure, authors read from their books all the time: in intimate settings, and in venues where you can drink a glass of wine. So what makes this new series different?
The present fight between the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario over the composition of Toronto city council is a fight that was bound to happen eventually. But it's not the fight it appears to be.