March 8, 2017
Philanthropy in the Pub is back!
This session will focus on citizen-centric philanthropy – an idea that decision making is better when its shaped by the knowledge and insight from communities. We’ll also explore how working collaboratively and sharing power over decision making can ultimately empower the delivery of the most effective philanthropy.
Our expert panellists include:
Belinda Bentley – Founder and Director, Radley Property
Paul Harkin – Director Community Development, The Benevolent Society
Melissa Smith – Founder and Director, Noble Ambition
Read more about the speakers here.
COST: $25 which includes 2 drinks and canapés
March 9, 2017
Celebrate collective giving at a very special evening, the launch of Impact100 Sydney North’s first granting year and focus area for the inaugural $100,000 high impact grant.
The evening will include stunning views of Sydney Harbour, delicious canapés, wine and inspirational speakers, Paul Clitheroe AM and Ronni Kahn.
Tickets are available for purchase for $50 per person here.
March 29, 2017
Conversations in changing philanthropy
Philanthropy in Australia is undergoing significant change. A new philanthropic culture is starting to emerge, one that is embracing change and dynamism, and encouraging giving in different ways, shapes and forms.
If you are part of the philanthropic community, then the Generosity Forum is a great place to learn and network. Whether you’re a donor, funder, advisor, social entrepreneur, impact investor, administrator of a trust/foundation, nonprofit/charity executive, or connected to philanthropy in some other way, the forum will help you understand how the giving landscape is shifting and the implications.
Program highlights include:
- Philanthropic leaders share their perspective on giving
- Giving case studies
- How to evaluate the impact of your giving
- Best practice giving insights
- Family philanthropy
- Social Enterprise – perspective from both sides of the fence
- Impact investing – the good, the bad and the ugly
- “How-to”, tips and practical guidance on giving
Speakers and panellists include some of Australia’s leading donors, funders, industry experts, advisors and specialists in philanthropy.
Register or view the full program here.
April 6, 2017
Join Muhammad Yunus & Australia’s most disruptive social investors and entrepreneurs including Allan English and Audette Exel – Change Our World.
Why should you attend?
• To meet and network with Australia’s leading social entrepreneurs and investors
• To learn to use business knowledge to solve entrenched social problems
• To harness disruptive thinking in the social domain
• To inspire individuals and communities to drive real and lasting change
• To explore how global corporations and philanthropists are partnering with social entrepreneurs to solve social problems.
Register now to lead the change: join in conversation with world’s leading social investors, innovators and entrepreneurs at this one-day must attend event on 6 April 2017 in Melbourne.
Full event details here.
May 9, 2017
The Centre for Social Impact, the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth and the Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia are proud to present Think Outcomes – a two day, multi-workshop conference in Sydney.
No matter where you’re at in your outcomes measurement efforts, Think Outcomes has a stream tailored to meet your needs and help you get to the next level.
Think Outcomes 2017 is focusing on the leadership of cultural change, exploring how you can lead a cultural shift, communicate change, and bring others along on the journey.
For the full program, head here or register here.
May 10, 2017
Philanthropy Summit 2017: Innovate for Impact is bringing together global and local thought leaders from philanthropy, business, iwi, government, investment and the community sector along with innovators for the two-day summit.
The Summit, which attracts an international audience, will focus on global and local examples of innovation in philanthropy. It will provide opportunities for attendees to learn best practice and hear success stories, first-hand, around innovation in the sector, from community engagement to investment, advocacy to technology.
The 2017 Summit’s impressive line-up includes keynote speakers Katy Love, Wikimedia Foundation (USA); Allan and Rachel English, English Family Foundation, (AUS); Donna Flavell, Waikato-Tainui (NZ); Judge Carolyn Henwood (NZ), Dai Henwood (NZ) and Naida Glavish, co-chair of her iwi Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua (NZ).
Full program and registration details available here.