Where: Melbourne, VIC
When: Thu 19th Oct 2017, 14:00 – 17:30 (3 hours, 30 minutes)
Presented by: Impact100 Melbourne, Impact100AUS and Australian Community Philanthropy
A Gathering of Giving Circles: Growing philanthropy and community capacity building features a stellar line-up of founders, practitioners and facilitators of collective giving. It promises to be a fascinating, in-depth analysis of this new form of philanthropy in Australia.
The gathering follows the release of Australia’s inaugural research into collective giving, 'Collective Giving and its role in Australian philanthropy'.
The afternoon is designed for those already participating or involved in collective giving (founders, committee members, members, facilitators etc.) as well as delegates of the National Community Foundations Forum interested to know more. Newcomers to collective giving are also welcome.
A Gathering of Giving Circles has been organised by Rikki Andrews, Vanessa Meachen, James Boyd and Kate Buxton representing Impact100 Melbourne, Impact100AUS and Australian Community Philanthropy.
$35 (FREE to attendees of National Community Foundations Forum)
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