Philanthropy Australia invites you to engage with best practice philanthropy and prescient philanthropic thinking at our newly launched webinar series, with six events designed to enhance your theoretical and practical knowledge of the complex issues philanthropy is addressing.
At these carefully curated webinars you’ll learn about the evolution of philanthropy and the role it plays in supporting the not-for-profit sector to deliver meaningful outcomes and drive real change in our communities.
Hear from leading practitioners and learn about important developments in collaborative philanthropy for systemic change; innovative, future-focused funding practices; self-determination and decolonisation; and how Australian philanthropy is continuing to step up in the ongoing pandemic recovery.
At our first webinar on 1 June, ‘A replicable Model of Collaborative Philanthropy for Systemic Change’ we looked into the impact philanthropy has made to improve the experiences and outcomes of children and young people who have an out-of-home care experience.
On 23 June, we were joined at our second webinar by Liz Gillies, Dr Jodi York and Kate McKegg for the launch of the Philanthropy: The Continued Journey to Real Impact and Better Practice Report.
In August, we took a deep dive into 'How can philanthropy support economic recovery and participation' with Ben Rodgers, Angela Jackson, Luke Terry and Stacey Thomas.
On 9 September, our fourth webinar focused on how philanthropic practice has shifted as a result of the pandemic, and the lessons learned and opportunities that we can take forward to support greater outcomes and impact.
Our fifth webinar on 14 September explored the topic of 'Voice and choice for self-determination' and examined how philanthropy is and can respond to the call for self-determination and the tensions that exist within the system.
Philanthropy Australia members can watch our webinars on the Better Giving Hub here.
Join us at the final webinar in the series on 13 October:
The road ahead: The future of philanthropy in Australia
Tue 6th Oct 2021, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm AEDT