August 04th, 2014
Philanthropy in Australia will get an injection of know-how, foresight, ideas and inspiration when over 700 delegates – not-for-profit executives, foundations and philanthropists – converge on Melbourne’s Recital Centre to hear about the latest global developments in giving at the Philanthropy Australia 2014 National Conference on September 2–3.
The opportunity to learn from international leaders from the United States and Canada is a stand-out of Philanthropy Australia’s biennial conference in 2014, believes the national peak body for philanthropy’s chief executive officer, Louise Walsh. “It is about thought-leadership,” she explains. “It’s about bringing some serious big hitters from overseas to Australia. We’ve tried to up the ante this year in particular.”
Fundraising & Philanthropy, 04/08/2014
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