Leveraging Charity Sport Events to Develop a Connection to a Cause (by Adam Goodwin)

Leveraging Charity Sport Events to Develop a Connection to a Cause


by Adam Goodwin | 2017 | Last Updated: May 14, 2017




Recently, a peer-reviewed scholarly article I worked on was published in the academic journal, Event Management. The article focuses on how event organizers and causes can leverage events to help event participants develop a connection to a cause.


The article is available on the publisher’s website, Cognizant Communication Corporation. The article is also available for free through ResearchGate.


If you would like to cite the article, it may be cited as:


Goodwin, A., Snelgrove, S., Wood, L., & Taks, M. (2017). Leveraging charity sport events to develop a connection to a cause. Event Management, 21(2), 175-184.  https://doi.org/10.3727/152599517X14878772869603


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If you are interested in this topic, and would like to chat, please do not hesitate to contact me by email or by commenting below and I will be happy to chat. Also, if you have any feedback on the article, please feel to share these with me. I always enjoy discussing these types of projects!


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Adam Goodwin is a Canadian who has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North America. He has a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology from UBC, and a Master’s from the University of Windsor. He is a proud introvert and silent leader. He has traveled to 50 major global cities around the world, and has worked in, with, and across all three sectors (business, non-profit, and public). He is currently working with The City of Red Deer. He has family and friends around the world. Follow his travels, work, projects and thoughts by following his blog (click on the bottom right-hand corner to sign up for weekly email notifications
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