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The Sydney Community Foundation hosts free, semi-regular philanthropy information seminars for its Professional Advisers Network, and interested professionals are welcome to join.

The network brings together a group of like-minded professional advisers who are passionate about supporting clients in their charitable giving intentions.

The workshops serve as a forum in which to share ideas, support, educate, and develop resources, and to raise awareness of charitable giving and philanthropic structures available to clients.

Sydney Community Foundation invites you to its July 29 Network event:

In-conversation with Genevieve Timmons, Philanthropic Executive for the Portland House Foundation and author of ‘Savvy Giving‘ (reviewed here) and a panel of Sydney Women’s Fund Donors.

  • When: Tuesday, 29 July from 5.30pm -7.30pm
  • Where: St James Ethics Centre
  • Level 2, Legion House
  • 161 Castlereagh Street, Sydney

About Genevieve Timmons:

Genevieve Timmons has been active in philanthropy and grant making for over three decades, pioneering approaches to contemporary giving programs and promoting thought leadership around generosity in Australia and New Zealand.

She has worked with private donors, staff, boards and advisors, assessed thousands of funding requests, evaluated giving programs, designed and delivered professional development, prepared confidential briefings and facilitated numerous events.

Genevieve is currently Philanthropic Executive for the Portland House Foundation, a private family foundation with a charter to assist people to move out of disadvantage.

She is a board member with the Inner North Community Foundation, the George Hicks Foundation, and the Council for Philanthropy Australia. Nonprofit board engagements include the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture and the Fellowship for Indigenous Leadership.

Genevieve is a senior fellow of the Johns Hopkins Fellows in Philanthropy Program, and also a Fellow of Leadership Victoria.

Registration essential. Book early, as places are limited. Contact: Sasha.Carrel@sydneycommunityfoundation.org.au