In partnership with Volunteer Toronto, TAVA is bringing together our city’s volunteer management professionals for a one-day, once a year conference this February!
We’ve heard the need for more networking, more practical tools, (and more fun!) between Toronto’s volunteer administrators - and this year’s Game Changers theme will not disappoint. Volunteer managers across the city are changing lives and solving problems every day. It’s time we bring all of the players together for collective learning that will strengthen our sector to ensure collaborative success.
This year’s conference is designed to boost your problem solving, strategic thinking and relationship building skills through creative and immersive experiences. Plus, there will be plenty of opportunities to get to know your fellow game changers from diverse organizations across the city.
Your day at Game Changers will be unlike any other conference – get ready for inspiring voices and plenty of gamified breakout sessions that will keep you rolling, learning and playing along.
Join your network on Thursday, February 6 from 10:30am - 4:00pm at the Game Changers conference. Stay tuned for further presenter and breakout session details in the New Year.
Take advantage of discounts available until end of day Friday January 24, 2020:
Early Bird Pricing
TAVA Members or Volunteer Toronto Subscribers - $60
Non-Members/Subscribers - $80
TAVA Members or Volunteer Toronto Subscribers - $80
Non-Members/Subscribers - $100
Refunds and Cancellations:
Written notice of cancellation must be received at least 7 days prior to the conference
(January 31, 2020) to be eligible for a full refund. Cancellations made after this time are eligible to be transferred or refunded as credits towards Volunteer Toronto and TAVA events and memberships.
This year’s conference will be held at the University of Toronto St. George Campus:
569 Spadina Crescent, Toronto ON
Koffler House Multi-Faith Centre, Room 208
Entrance located on the building’s east side.
Thank you to the University’s Centre for Community Partnerships for graciously donating this beautiful space for the day.
Public Transit (TTC) Directions: Closest subway stops are Spadina station on the Bloor line, and Queen’s Park station on the University line. Walk south on the east side of Spadina Avenue from Spadina subway station, or Take the College streetcar west from Queen’s Park station, exit at Spadina Avenue, and walk north on the east side of Spadina Avenue.
Parking Options: Pay parking can be found nearby at CAMH. Located at the east side of Spadina Ave., just north of College St.The entrance can only be accessed from Spadina Ave. northbound, north of College St.
We do not recommend street parking, as the parking meters only allow for 3-hour parking.