Upcoming Seminars and Workshops

Philanthropy Australia 2018 Conference: Is Purpose Enough?

Save The Date: More details available soon

Start: September 4 @ 8:00 am
End: September 5 @ 5:00 pm
Venue: Grand Hyatt
Address:
Melbourne, Australia

The Equality Project’s Leadership Training Academy (#LTA2018)

#LTA2018 is a specialised leadership and media engagement training program for LGBTIQ+ change-makers and emerging community leaders who want to build the core skills and techniques to effect positive social change.

The Leadership Training Academy is designed for LGBTIQ+ advocates and emerging community leaders as well as professionals from any sector or industry who want to explore what it means to be an authentic and inclusive LGBTIQ+ role model in the workplace.

Melbourne 4-5 Oct 2018

Brisbane 8-9 Oct 2018

Canberra 10-11 Oct 2018

Sydney 13-14 Oct 2018

Perth 22-23 Oct 2018

Adelaide 25-26 Oct 2018

Speakers include Executive Director of The Channel, Georgia Matthews, who will discuss funding your work and writing grant applications.

For more info visit the website.

Start: October 4 @ 8:00 am
End: October 26 @ 5:00 pm

Impact Investment Summit Asia Pacific 2018: Wisdom|Courage|Action

The Impact Investment Summit Asia Pacific is the peak thought leadership and practitioner convening in the Asia Pacific for the growing phenomenon in the capital and finance markets, of impact investing.

This year we will gather around the theme of Wisdom | Courage | Action.  We will dive into global themes and challenges, issues of scale, look at the Sustainable Development Goals and how we can align our impact investment strategies with these global goals.

Impact investment is now an established, sizeable and global financial market hungry for knowledge sharing, know how, innovation and expertise. A growth market calling for leadership, strategic insight, best practice, good governance, high standards, and a well calibrated compass for healthy, sustainable growth.

Our convening, now in its fourth year, delivers on these needs, with a focus on shared learning, co-designing solutions, developing at an individual and collective level, and collaborating as broadly as possible. In doing this we can fertilise, cross-fertilise, activate and accelerate the impact ecosystem for a new, inclusive and creative economy.

Early bird registration now open. For more information, go here.

Start: November 7 @ 8:00 am
End: November 9 @ 5:00 pm

Culture Business: The Art of Fundraising

Culture Business, the leading conference for fundraising in the arts, is coming to the Australian Capital this November. With a record breaking number of galleries and museums, Canberra is the new host city for the third edition of Culture Business in Australia. The conference will take place in some of the most prestigious venues of the city.

Who it’s for?

This year’s theme is The Art of Fundraising and will gather sponsors, philanthropists, foundations and professionals from arts organisations to discuss cutting-edge strategies in corporate sponsorship, philanthropy, organisational behaviour and alternate funding models.

 Speakers and Participants

Culture Business attracts CEOs, development directors, corporate partnership managers, philanthropy managers and marketing, communications and business development professionals in the arts sector. CB Canberra will bring together prominent speakers from galleries, museums, biennales, the performing arts, foundations, business and luxury groups around the world.

Hear from sponsors, philanthropists, board members and experts in fundraising as we share the best practices from all over the world.

Confirmed speakers include:

Will Cary, Senior Director Annual and Corporate Giving, The Barnes Foundation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Pascal Hufschmid, Head of External Affairs, Musee de lÉlysee (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Nick Mitzevich, Director, National Gallery of Australia

Bruce McGaskill, Director, Fit Sponsorship Group

John McLeod, JBWere Philanthropic Services

Julie Molloy, Managing Director, National Gallery Company UK

For more information go here.

Start: November 20 @ 8:00 am
End: November 22 @ 5:00 pm
Venue: National Gallery of Australia
Address:
Canberra, Australia

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Recent donations, grants and corporate partnerships

  • Cromwell Property Group Foundation to Live Well, Age Well

    $50,580

  • Robert and Paula McLean to The Nature Conservancy

    $1 million

  • Minderoo Foundation to Minderoo Ocean Research ­initiative

    $100 million

  • Wheelton Philanthropy to Northern Health

    $50,000

  • Wheelton Philanthropy to Royal Children's Hospital

    $75,000

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