Oyler Consulting works with organizations and allied sector professionals to effectively deliver their programs.  Services include guidance on Canada Revenue Agency policy for registered charities, fundraising and revenue generation development, assistance for organizations seeking to register as a charity, and meeting facilitation.

David Oyler has been working in the charitable and non-profit sector since 2001. His most recent work has been with the Affordable Housing Association of Nova Scotia, Creative Pictou County, Blumberg Segal LLP, the Support4Communities learning series, the Boys and Girls Club of Moncton, the Elizabeth Fry Society New Brunswick, and in the continued delivery of sector presentations and workshops that has reached over 500 organizations around the Atlantic Provinces. Other organizations he has worked with include the AC Group of Independent Accounting Firms, the Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre, Adsum House, the Artists’ Legal Information Society, the Association of Nova Scotia Museums, the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia, the Antigonish Culture Alive Association, Athletics Nova Scotia, Big Brothers Big Sisters, FEED NOVA SCOTIA, the Halifax Partnership, the Independent Living Nova Scotia Association, Make-A-Wish Atlantic Provinces, the Mennonite Central Committee Canada, the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, the Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute, and the Nova Scotia Talent Trust. He also worked with the Community Sector Council Newfoundland and Labrador on their Compliant Fundraising Practices project (funded by Canada Revenue Agency’s Charity Partnership and Outreach Program).  

David is an active volunteer in the sector and the community. He was a presenter for the Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia’s webinar series dealing with the COVID-19 crisis, he launched the Atlantic Charities Initiative in 2016 to support and strengthen the charitable sector in Atlantic Canada, was a witness in the Senate of Canada’s Special Committee on the Charitable Sector (click here for submission), has been a presenter for the Canadian Charity Law Association webinar series and for the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Nova Scotia chapter’s education sessions, and contributes periodic articles and perspectives on issues facing the sector. He served as a volunteer on Imagine Canada’s National Engagement Strategy including membership on the Narrative Steering Committee, and served on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals- Nova Scotia and was Chair of their 2013 Maritime Fundraising Conference.  He is a Big Brother, a minor league basketball coach, an active volunteer in the curling community, and was recently involved in the 2020 Halifax Regional Municipality election. Other organizations David has volunteered with include FEED NOVA SCOTIA, Homebridge Youth Society, the Red Cross, CBCF – Run for the Cure, Nova Scotia Special Olympics, and various community and civic special events

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