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27 Jul

Sponsorship 101
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29 Jul

Australasian Better Boards Conference
Ends Sun 31st Jul 2016 (3 days)
Melbourne, VIC

03 Aug

SROI Training
Ends Thu 4th Aug 2016 (2 days)
Melbourne, VIC

09 Aug

The Funding Network
Melbourne, VIC

10 Aug

SROI Training
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Sydney, NSW

10 Aug

Crowd-funding 101
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Evolution or Revolution:
Is philanthropy future ready?

Join us at our 2016 National Conference in September for a once every two years opportunity to engage with the world’s best philanthropic thinkers, strategists and leading voices from around the globe and at home. We hope to see you there!

Early bird ends: Friday 5 August. 

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Latest news

Jul. 22, 2016 Victoria’s first social impact bond to address drug and alcohol services

The Victorian government's first use of social impact bonds will ask investors to finance programs to get young people out of drug and alcohol addiction. Read more…

Jul. 18, 2016 David Thomas sets new record on environmental philanthropy

In an Australian first, entrepreneur and philanthropist David Thomas, has pledged the bulk of his wealth to philanthropic causes, the majority of which will go to environmental not-for-profit groups. Read more…

Jul. 18, 2016 Luke Batty Foundation appoints Rosie Batty CEO

The Board of the Luke Batty Foundation has announced the appointment of Rosie Batty as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and expressed its gratitude to outgoing CEO Loretta Mannix-Fell. Read more…

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