Pro-bono lobbying group grows as it fills ‘gap’ for nonprofits

The organization has almost doubled the number of its volunteers and clients in the last year, and has expanded to Toronto.

Board members of the Canadian Advocacy Network say its volunteers act as a sounding board for charities and nonprofits, offering strategic advice to help get their messages to the public and government. From left to right, Patrick Kennedy, Earnscliffe Strategy Group, Katlyn Harrison, Summa Strategies, Philip Cartwright, Global Public Affairs, and Joanne Pitkin of FleishmanHillard.
Hill Times photograph by Samantha Wright Allen

PUBLISHED :Wednesday, July 5, 2017 12:00 AM

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