The work of not-for-profits has never been so critical to the health of our society. How can philanthropy work strategically to support not-for-profit partners to deliver meaningful outcomes and drive real change for community?
Developing a shared approach for grant-makers and grantees to calculate and fund the full cost of achieving impact enables philanthropy to support not-for-profit organisations to deliver the essential supports, services and outcomes that our communities need.
Kathy Reich, Director of the BUILD initiative at Ford Foundation (USA), will share her experience and insights into the extensive capability work that the Ford Foundation is supporting – and how paying what it actually takes for partner organisations to create impact and drive outcomes lies at the very heart of this work.
The Ford Foundation is dedicating nearly half of its grant-making to larger, flexible, longer-term grants, and enabling grantees to determine how the funds are spent.
Drawing on her own experience leading the Foundation’s BUILD initiative, Kathy will join us this November to share real-life insights on how this shift in funding model and approach ‘’…gets you great results, is feasible and will lead to substantially better relationships with your grantee partners.”
Philanthropy Australia invites you to join Kathy and a panel of Australian experts for an interactive two-hour session to learn how philanthropy can adapt a pay-what-it-takes approach to support and sustain a robust, effective and impactful not-for-profit sector.
Choose from three different date options to suit your schedule
When: Monday 9 Nov 10- 12pm AEDT, Tuesday 10 Nov 10th 12 – 2 pm AEDT, Wednesday 11 November 10 – 12 pm AEDT. Where: online