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Not for Profit Partnerships WA Conference - Special Offer


Thursday, 19th July 2012 at 11:51 am
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Genuine partnerships between Not for Profits and Government, corporates and clients are crucial to the achievement of positive social outcomes, according to the organisers of the Not-for-Profit Partnerships WA conference to be held in October.

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Not for Profit Partnerships WA Conference - Special Offer
Thursday, 19th July 2012 at 11:51 am

Genuine partnerships between Not for Profits and Government, corporates and clients are crucial to the achievement of positive social outcomes, according to the organisers of the Not-for-Profit Partnerships WA conference to be held in October.

Not-for-Profit Partnerships WA will explore how true partnerships can be achieved through a series of presentations from leading thinkers and those organisations (NPF, Government, Corporate) making progress in this space.

Not-for-Profit Partnerships WA achieving collective impact 30 & 31 October 2012, All Seasons, Perth www.ngopartnershipswa.com

There is a $100 discount off today’s conference rate for Pro Bono Australia subscribers!

With the Western Australian Government recognising and supporting partnerships, Western Australia is in a great position to make this more collaborative approach a reality.

Register today for your chance to be part of discussions on:

  • Why partnerships are necessary and not optional in boom-time Western Australia
  • What constitutes true partnership
  • The key ingredients of successful Not for Profit/Government partnerships
  • How to ensure sustainable Not for Profit/Corporate partnerships
  • How to measure social impact
  • How to build stronger partnerships with clients and communities

Featuring expert analysis from:

  • Hon Helen Morton MLC, Minister for Mental Health; Disability Services
  • Ian Carter, Chief Executive Officer, Anglicare WA
  • Terry Murphy, Director-General, Department for Child Protection, WA
  • Sue Ash, Chief Executive Officer, UnitingCare West
  • Kerry Markoulli, Assistant Secretary, Financial Framework Policy Branch, Financial Framework Division, Department of Finance & Deregulation + many more!

For the full speaker line-up and conference agenda click here

Criterion Conferences are pleased to offer Pro Bono Australia subscribers an exclusive $100 discount off today’s conference rate.

For more information or to register contact Criterion Conferences on +61 2 9239 5700, visit www.ngopartnerships.com or email registration@criterionconferences.com.

Don’t forget to quote CC*PROB when registering to receive your $100 discount.




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