Money And Philanthropy ~ Special Guest Paul Jenkins

Money And Philanthropy ~ Special Guest Paul Jenkins

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April 30, 2018 by Financially Speaking ~ Kathy Cook Noble

 Financially Speaking with Kathy Cook Noble Radio Show

Paul Jenkins, the Executive Director of the St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital, will be joining us to talk about the results of philanthropy and the effects it has on a community, in general and individuals, in particular. 

Join us to hear about the gift of giving and the huge impact it can have.

Paul Jenkins is the Executive Director of the St. Thomas-Elgin Hospital Foundation. His passion and dedication to his work has helped to raise a lot of money for the Hospital, which specifically benefits the community he lives and works in. He is an accomplished person with an impressive resume.

He is a fundraising and public relations professional with private, public and non‐profit experience. 
A strategic communicator, major gifts fundraiser, elementary school educator and event planner with proven team leading abilities in fast‐paced, priority‐competing environments. 
He has international multicultural work and educational experience in Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, as well as Bosnia‐Herzegovina and South Korea.
He was the owner and operator of the Royal Tree Beaver, Toronto’s only pop-up restaurant serving authentic Canadian-Canadian cuisine.

His specialties include: 
Cause Related Marketing
Community Relations 
Corporate Social Responsibility
Food & Food-Related Things
Major Gifts
Media Relations
Social Good Businesses
Strategic Planning

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