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Hiker and Ontario Nature's HN Crossley Nature Reserve
The Future for Nature: A webinar about how you can help secure Ontario’s wild species and wild spaces, forever.
Join Ontario Nature's executive director, Caroline Schultz, and David Love, birder, and philanthropy expert, for a conservation update and discussion about how you can make a personal impact on nature in Ontario forever.

We will share the personal stories of other Ontario Nature supporters just like you who have plans to continue their support after they are gone, all while still looking after their loved ones.

We will also hear from a nature-loving financial planner, Ryan Fraser, about what you need to know about aligning your environmental values into your own planning--and you’ll have a chance to ask questions of your own.

Nov 2, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Ryan Fraser
@Quiet Legacy Planning Group Ltd.
Ryan is a nationally known financial planning and philanthropy expert, with an extensive background as a leader, volunteer, and founder of many charities. His firm, Quiet Legacy Planning Group Ltd., specializes in working with individuals who wish to incorporate their personal value system into their financial planning experience. Ryan is also a faculty member for the Master Financial Advisor – Philanthropy Designation (MFA-P), and a past president of the Estate Planners Council of London. Prior to this he was chair of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP) London Roundtable. He was founding President of The Secrets of Radar Museum and has served extensively in leadership positions on boards and committees of numerous not-for-profit organizations including Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, London Heritage Council, Trillium Plus Music & Letters and many others.
David Love
David Love has been raising money, mostly for the environment for over 50 years! His current obsession is helping organizations reap the benefit of the coming legacy tsunami. David inspired his first legacy gift in 1982. He shepherded his most recent one yesterday. After fundraising from 1969 – 2012 for several charities, largely environmental organizations, he now occasionally works with his daughter’s direct response company, Agents of Good, where he is affectionately known as “The Godfather of Good.” David lives near the Love Mountain Nature Reserve in Happy Valley Forest just north of Toronto. He spends his time there with his wife, children, grandchildren and golden retriever discovering the magic of the forest.
Caroline Schultz
Executive Director @Ontario Nature
Caroline grew up in Ireland with a family that loved exploring nature, especially along the southwest’s wild Atlantic coast. She has over 25 years of experience in developing and leading conservation initiatives involving science, land securement, stewardship and advocacy in Canada and the Americas. Caroline started her career as an ecologist, and quickly expanded her interests to organizational development and multi-partner collaboratives to achieve tangible on-the-ground conservation results. Caroline completed an M.Sc. in ecology at the University of Toronto and a Master of management degree at McGill University. She is Ontario Nature’s executive director.