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WELCOME

It is with the sincerest pleasure and deepest gratitude that we welcome you into the BTB family and we thank you whole heartedly for joining us in our common goal to lift up, support & strengthen police families.

 

We believe your participation and contribution to will help to reach a wider scope and help us achieve a lot more success in the long run. We are confident that your skills and dedication can contribute significantly to the organization.

 

It is our intention that in launching your Chapter and through its growth and longevity you feel supported, connected and respected. Although our Chapters are spread across a great distance, we can be close through ideas teamwork and collaboration. Each of our Chapters, including yourselves, is led by a team of caring, smart, talented individuals ready to help – so please don’t hesitate to ask of us or of your fellow Chapters if you have any questions, concerns or feel the need for collaboration and brainstorming.

Canada BTB President Savannah Magnussen-Afonso will oversee the onboarding of BTB Chapters in Western Canada. Canada BTB Vice President Dilnaz Garda will oversee the onboarding of BTB Chapters in Eastern Canada.     

 

CANADA BTB VALUES 

  • Quality - Our focus is on the people we serve and we will strive for excellence through evaluation and continuous improvement.

  • Caring - We are committed to serving with empathy and compassion.

  • Integrity - We are committed to acting in an ethical, honest manner.

  • Respect - We believe that all people should be treated with consideration and dignity.

  • Accountability - We are committed to measuring, achieving and reporting results, and to using donor dollars wisely.

  • Teamwork - We are committed to effective partnerships between all parties and we seek opportunities to form alliances with others.

ON-BOARDING DOCUMENTS & TEMPLATES

 

SUGGESTED APPS & TOOLS

  • G-Suite to manage your BTB email account plus a host of productivity & collaboration tools 

  • Canva is a simplified graphic-design tool offering both a website & app. It uses a drag-and-drop format and provides access to photographs, vector images, graphics, and fonts. Canva can be used for both web & print media design.  

  • Later or Planoly for social media planning/scheduling/auto-posting

  • Scanner Pro app

  • Square Payment System for selling merchandise at events

  • MailChimp or Wix for e-newsletters 

CHAPTER ON-BOARDING