Fellowship in inclusion and Philanthropy

All posts by Trevor Loke

About Trevor Loke

Trevor Loke is development manager at Tides Canada Foundation and principal of Trevor Loke Consulting.

Ready, Set, Go: Empowered Employee Engagement in Fundraising

March 19, 2019

As 2018 came to an end, resolutions swirling around my head, I began considering how to align my work and personal goals for the year ahead. Knowing that my focus in 2019 would be on a balanced lifestyle where exercise was part of daily life, I decided to ask for advice from a marathon-running colleague … Continue reading

Invisible Diversity at the Workplace

March 19, 2019

Searching for my AFP Fellowship project was an admittedly difficult process. Looking in the mirror, I see what others see – a privileged white male – and yet for most of my life, on the inside, I hid and repressed my sexuality out of a deep fear of retaliation from people I loved and cared … Continue reading

Ecotourism: A Community-led Model for Success

March 19, 2019

My work at Tides Canada, the largest intermediary foundation in the country, positions me uniquely in the simultaneous worlds of community and funders. Working with communities to scope out opportunities for impactful philanthropic projects that meet community-sourced needs through community-led solutions is an approach which has demonstrated success in building trust and deep relationships between … Continue reading

A Global Approach in the Era of Skepticism

March 19, 2019

Last year I had the privilege of visiting Europe as part of a delegation of Canadians furthering Transatlantic relations. As part of the delegation, I was the lone representative of civil society amongst a sea of bureaucrats, businesspeople, academics, and politicians, giving unique insight into the conversations taking place on the range of topics that … Continue reading