webinar 10am- 11.30am
Advanced Grantmaking with Vu Le will feature ongoing learning for those who attended the 2018 training. In this session Vu will talk about the grantmaking processes that starve non-profits and how to avoid them.
Register for our webinars here.
Arts Funders’ Network
Webinar 2pm – 3.30pm
Discover the powerful results philanthropic funding the arts has in sustaining mental wellbeing including repairing and rebuilding communities after major disaster events – such as the March 15 shooting. If you are a funder interested in wellbeing or the arts attend this webinar to be inspired by the positive outcomes of funding the arts. Register here.
Environment Funders’ Network
Webinar 2pm – 3.30pm
As the strikes for climate change and activism of Greta Thunberg heat up, the need to address climate change is one of the most pressing matters of our times. Make a meaningful difference and learn how to increase your funding to the environment. Philanthropy New Zealand will also release research which explores how much funding in New Zealand is going toward climate change. Register here.
Local Government Funders’ Network
Zoom meeting 10am – 11.30pm
What does due diligence, objectivity and community led development look like for funding and governance in a local government setting?Join this conversation on the challenges facing local government funders in the current environment with these three unique questions addressed by three of our TLA funders. This member led Zoom meeting will discuss the response to these questions, giving you the latest insights and local government best practice. Register here.
Family Philanthropy Network
Webinar 10am – 11.30am
Staying relevant in the 21st century: five things family philanthropy should consider.This 90 minute session will look at the unique dynamics of family philanthropy undergoing transition, such as introducing new and potentially younger trustees or contracting new staff. This will be a great opportunity for family foundation staff and trustees to ask questions of the speaker and facilitator. Zoom in from your desks or home offices and join the conversation. Register now.
Both Sides of the Coin, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch
Philanthropy NZ will host these interactive sessions on funder/recipient relationships, with a range of speakers to discuss the ins and outs of high trust engagement. In sessions created for both our funder and community members, we will discuss how to work together in an environment that is transparent and high trust. More details to follow.
Other events to be announced
We’ll also be listing further events over the coming months, but some need more thinking (like what we offer our members to support their understanding of Te Ao Māori and upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi). More details soon.