Vitalize Provincial Voluntary Sector Conference
Vitalize 2015 takes place June 18-20 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton.
Every Vitalize conference over the past 26 years has hosted more than 50 training sessions and an average of 1,000 participants. The tradition continues in 2015. Delegates can choose from a variety of vital and engaging, 90-minute speaker sessions covering topics such as fundraising, board development, leadership, stress management, volunteer management and more.
Attending Vitalize 2015 is easy! The early bird registration price of only $165 (plus 5% GST) will run until Monday, May 4 at midnight. After May 4, registration is $195 (plus 5% GST).
Register online with BUKSA or complete a mail-in registration form. Please send the form to:
Vitalize 2015 - c/o BUKSA Associates Inc.
307, 10328 - 81 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T6E 1X2
Browse the Program Guide for everything happening at this year’s conference. Highlights include:
Accommodations offer Vitalize 2015 delegates a chance to unwind after a day of workshops. All participating hotels are a short distance to the Shaw Conference Centre.
Booking early guarantees a room at a discounted rate. After May 18 rooms can still be booked but cannot guarantee conference pricing.
The opening ceremonies promise to entertain and get you excited for workshops the next day. Leading the way this year is keynote speaker Spencer West. Come and get motivated by his keynote address on "Redefining Possible" on June 18, at 7 PM in Hall A on the Assembly Level of the Shaw Conference Centre.
To close Vitalize and welcome the journey home, Jon Montgomery ends the conference with his thoughts on teamwork and its importance. Look for him at noon on June 20, in Hall A, on the Assembly Level of the Shaw Conference Centre.
With over 55 workshops, 8 tours and 40 speakers willing to share their expertise and leadership experience, you have the opportunity to capitalize on the knowledge being shared. Each speaker has a unique message to help you better your organization and career.
Last reviewed/revised: May 6, 2015