Sandi is the VP Fundraising, at Childhood Cancer Canada, with over 25 years of nonprofit experience in community-based and national charities. Realizing her passion to support children and families, Sandi previously worked at the Children's Wish Foundation, where she was National Director, Chapter Relations and led them through the Imagine Accreditation process, becoming a Volunteer Peer Reviewer. Before that, Sandi worked with several organizations in New Brunswick and Ontario. Through various leadership roles and experiences, she has gained expertise in governance, strategic planning, coaching, staff management, fundraising, and volunteer engagement. Sandi is a dynamic collaborator and values the strength of relationships and building organizations to their potential. Sandi has a BBA from UNB (Fredericton) and enjoys travelling.
Angie is a fundraising and marketing professional with over 15 years of experience managing constituent engagement and stewardship programs including, integrated marketing campaigns in a start-up environment. Her experience working with some of the larger not-for-profit organizations in North America, including Hudson's Bay Foundation, Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundations, Children’s Miracle Network, UHN Foundation, and Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, has exposed her to almost every facet of fundraising, including event management, sponsorships, stewardship, granting, marketing, and community giving.
Angie is driven by positive social impact and has led teams in developing and implementing cause marketing, cultivation, and engagement strategies. She has proven abilities in developing innovative sponsorships and programming within local and national settings. She loves building relationships and solving problems and is very excited to support the childhood cancer community.
Samantha is the Senior Manager, Development, at Childhood Cancer Canada, and brings over 5 years of experience working in international development and philanthropy with non-profit and social service organizations both in Canada and internationally. Samantha has developed multidisciplinary skill sets supporting fundraising, stewardship and programming in organizations such as Right To Play, Ontario Track3, Chell Perkins Fundraising Consultancy (UK), Canada World Youth, Youth Challenge International and several local Toronto social service organizations. As part of various teams, she has positively contributed to the growth, development and implementation of fundraising and stewardship strategies, revenue and partnership development, program and event planning, performance and impact measurement, and process improvement. Samantha is committed to working with organizations that drive social change, and advocates for investments in childhood health and wellness. She is excited to bring her passion and expertise to support the childhood cancer community in Canada.