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SVA Essentials Series- Advertorial


30 August 2004 at 1:08 pm
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Do you want to learn how to double your fundraising dollars in 2005? If the answer is yes it is ESSENTIAL that you hear from one the world's greatest fundraisers!

Staff Reporter | 30 August 2004 at 1:08 pm


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SVA Essentials Series- Advertorial
30 August 2004 at 1:08 pm

Do you want to learn how to double your fundraising dollars in 2005? If the answer is yes it is ESSENTIAL that you hear from one the world’s greatest fundraisers!

Social Ventures Australia’s ESSENTIALS SERIES 2 – The Challenge Of Sustainability presents Kingsley Aikins, the President and Chief Executive of the Ireland Funds, USA who has raised over $150 million!

The Ireland Funds is an international charitable organisation which operates in 11 countries, raising money for worthy causes in Ireland. It works with 1,200 Not for Profit organisations in Ireland that promote peace and reconciliation, arts and culture, education and community development and have benefited from The Fund’s grants over the last 27 years.

Kingsley will focus on how to build fundraising strategies for Not for Profit organisations: how to run a fundraising campaign, how to ask for money and what you can give back to donors.

The SVA Essentials Series 2 also covers:
Building a Social Enterprise – how to create a sustainable social enterprise? Learn about different models and the challenges of managing people, resources and infrastructure.
Sustainable Revenue Models – learn how to approach finance planning and needs and develop a revenue model.
Sustainable Results – achieving your social mission? Gather tools to measure your success.

EARLY BIRD Registration closes on 10 September – don’t miss out!!

Sydney 26 October 9am – 5pm, Swiss Grand Hotel Bondi Beach
Melbourne 27 October 9am – 5pm, Novotel Melbourne

PLUS networking lunch and cocktail party

To register go to www.socialventures.com.au or call Carolyn Lakos on 02 9339 8091.



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