Philanthropy Australia warmly invites members of our New Generation of Giving Network to an evening with philanthropist, Mark Cubit on Wednesday 18 October in Sydney.
Mark and his family have been active in international philanthropy since 2005 having supported over 200 NGOs in over 38 countries. During that time they have garnered many insights about the global giving landscape – which has led them to crafting the families’ philanthropic identity, and the establishment of the Australian International Development Network (AIDN).
Mark is looking forward to sharing his journey, experiences and lessons learned with you and is equally eager to hear your unique experiences.
The evening is designed to foster candid conversations, meaningful connections, and the exchange of ideas that will fuel our shared commitment to philanthropy.”
Mark Cubit | Co-founder & Steering Committee, AIDN Network
Mark has been active in the International giving space since 2005. In that time, foundations he has managed have funded over 200 NGOs in 38 countries. Mark’s current responsibilities are with Partners For Equity, Cubit Family Foundation, Ripple Foundation, Planet Wheeler Foundation, Crap Foundation and he is Chair of The School of St Jude.
Prior to his involvement in the philanthropic community, Mark was Managing Director, Australian Equities at Merrill Lynch Equities for 15 years.
Please RSVP by 18 September