Fellowship in inclusion and Philanthropy

All posts by Mam Joof

About Mam Joof

Mam Joof is currently the Donor Services Coordinator with the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Having worked in the nonprofit sector for over 4 years, she is passionate about equipping people with knowledge and power to make a difference in this world. Mam has worked in both mission and fundraising initiatives to improve cardiac safety in Canada and raise awareness on the prevention and management of heart disease and stroke. She believes in the power of hope and intent, and that we can all make a difference we just need to feel empowered to do so.

The Power of the Partnership

March 31, 2016

I came across an African proverb recently that says “if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”. This way of thinking has always resonated with me because we are all working in the not for profit sector for the greater good, and to make a difference in … Continue reading

Do It Yourself Philanthropy of Remittance

February 1, 2016

Last summer my brother and his friend were walking home after a long day’s work and they were approached by a peer to peer fundraiser in downtown Toronto, might I add one of the many that we get inundated with throughout the year. He asked them if they would consider sponsoring a child in Sub … Continue reading