PHILANTHROPY AND PHILANTHROPISTS What can YOU learn from Giving Australia 2016*, Australia’s largest ever review and analysis of giving and volunteering, funded by the Department of Social Services (DSS) as an initiative of the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership (the Partnership)?
- What are the key messages from grantmakers and philanthropists about giving today and in the future?
- How is giving happening and why and to what?
- What are grantmakers and philanthropists saying about the future of philanthropy in Australia?
This webinar is the first in the Giving Australia series and includes the key data and insights from Giving Australia 2016.
WHAT Giving Australia 2016: Philanthropy and philanthropists (first in the Giving Australia series)
WHEN Friday 5 May, 2017 | 11:30am sharp – 12:30pm AEST
(You will receive a friendly reminder email on the day.)
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WHO Giving Australia researchers: Professor Jo Barraket and Dr Christopher Baker from the Centre for Social Impact Swinburne, Swinburne University of Technology with inputs from ACPNS at QUT, DSS and the Partnership. IS THIS FOR ME? Data from the philanthropy sector is rare in this country. This is an invaluable learning experience for those working in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors, especially those working in grantmaking and grantseeking areas.
Other webinars in this series
Giving Australia reports will be released progressively throughout coming months, each with its own in-depth webinar led by key researchers – watch this space or email email@example.com for more information.
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Giving Australia reports and fact sheets are freely available via the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership research projects website, including the Philanthropy and philanthropists report, on which this webinar is based. Learn more about Giving Australia | Subscribe to the Giving Australia blog *Giving Australia was commissioned by the Department of Social Services as an initiative of the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership. It was led by the Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS) at QUT with the Centre for Social Impact at Swinburne University of Technology and the Centre for Corporate Public Affairs.