Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) has been called the toughest of its kind in the world. Although much of the information on CASL is targeted at for-profit businesses, CASL has significant implications for charities and non-profits. The same is often true of privacy laws, including the federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). As a result, many charities and non-profits want a clearer understanding of how CASL and privacy laws affect their fundraising activities, donor communications, and general practices.
On June 28, Kristél Kriel will present “CASL and Privacy Considerations: What Non-Profits Need to Know.”
In this complimentary breakfast session, held as part of a workshop series hosted by the United Way of Regina for non-profits, participants will learn what anti-spam and privacy laws mean for charities and non-profits, and get the tools you need to comply.
The session will include:
- A review of CASL and how it applies to charities and non-profits
- A review of what the July 1, 2017 CASL deadline means for charities and non-profits
- An overview of privacy laws and how they apply to charities and non-profits
- 10 key privacy principles for charities and non-profits
- Tools to help charities and non-profits comply with their anti-spam and privacy obligations
Wednesday, June 28 | 7:30-9 a.m.
United Way Regina (1440 Scarth Street)
Includes complimentary breakfast and refreshments
About United Way Regina
The United Way is committed to building a strong communities, and understands that these efforts require “active volunteerism, a healthy voluntary sector, and strong community based organizations capable of achieving their intended outcomes.” To accomplish this, United Way Regina takes the approach of providing tools and resources for organizational development and effectiveness. The aim of workshops such as this one is to support and strengthen the work of community organizations.
About the presenter
Regina lawyer Kristél Krielis a corporate commercial lawyer with experience in matters relating to anti-spam and privacy laws. She has advised a number of organizations (including charities and non-profits) on how these laws impact them. She has also assisted with matters relating to interpretation, compliance, policy development, education, and training relating to these laws. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (306) 347-8614.