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Getting Your Board Engaged in Fundraising - Advertorial


8 September 2008 at 3:21 pm
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Swinburne University's Asia Pacific Centre for Philanthropy and Social Investment and DVANavion present "Getting your Board Engaged in Fundraising Case Studies, Lessons & Solutions from Not for Profit CEOs".

Staff Reporter | 8 September 2008 at 3:21 pm


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Getting Your Board Engaged in Fundraising - Advertorial
8 September 2008 at 3:21 pm

Swinburne University’s Asia Pacific Centre for Philanthropy and Social Investment and DVANavion present "Getting your Board Engaged in Fundraising Case Studies, Lessons & Solutions from Not for Profit CEOs".

Tuesday 7 October 2008, 8.30am – 2pm
To be held at the Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne, 1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford (Melways Ref: 44 G5)

A practical and interactive discussion for CEOs, Board members and Fundraising
Professionals designed to provide practical, home-grown solutions on how
Not for Profit Boards and Executives can effectively work together to achieve success and financial sustainability for their organisations.

Guest speaker: Adam Smith (CEO, The Foundation for Young Australians – 2008 Australian Financial Review Young Executive of the Year)

Key themes:
– Putting fundraising on your Board’s agenda.
– Building effective partnerships between Executives and Boards.
– Working effectively with your Board to achieve fundraising outcomes.
– Working with what you’ve got: theory vs. practice.

Panellists:
Dr. Judith Slocombe (CEO, The Alannah & Madeline Foundation – 2001 Telstra Businesswoman of the Year)
Laura Mumaw (former CEO of Zoos Victoria)
Bruce Salvin (CEO, Jewish Care)

Adam Smith is one of Australia’s youngest CEOs, leading the Foundation for Young Australians – an independent national grant-making organisation, funding and working in partnership with youth-led projects, which aim to positively contribute to young people and their communities. Adam’s values and expertise were shaped by working with the Coalition for the Homeless in New York, working in remote villages in Northern Thailand and in schools across Australia.

He is a founding board member of Changemakers Australia and Director of the US Based International Youth Foundation. In recent years Adam’s work has been acknowledged through three nominations for Young Australian of the Year; was recipient of a 2004 Celebrating Melbourne Award, and was recognised, by ‘The Age’, as one of Australia’s 40 most influential people under the age of 40. In 2008, he was voted ‘Young Executive of the Year’ by the Australian Financial Review.
Tuesday 7 October 2008, 8.30am – 2pm
For more information visit www.dvanavion.com or phone (03) 9853 5111 or email melbourne@dvanavion.com

Fees: $375/person incl. GST*
*25% discount for additional members of the same organisation.
*20% discount for FIA members and previous workshop attendees.



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