Great Grantmaking webinars

October 1, 2019

 

You’re doing good things but we want to help you do GREAT things.

Our Great Grantmaking webinars will help you learn best practice to elevate your outcomes and impact.

Introduction to Great Grantmaking will feature Genevieve TimmonsGenevieve is an international philanthropic consultant with a wealth of knowledge and experience of both Australia and New Zealand. Genevieve will cover the three common traps and six savvy strategies all grantmakers need to know.

Advanced Grantmaking will feature Vu Le, popular blogger of NonprofitAF.com, previous Executive Director of Seattle based not-for-profit Rainier Valley Corps. In this session Vu will talk about the grantmaking processes that starve non-profits and how to avoid them.

If you have heard them speak before you already know their quality and expertise. By attending these sessions you will hear additional insights. Make sure your team and trustees don’t miss this opportunity.
Participate and ask the speakers questions at this quick fire, low cost, professional development.

Join us on the 90 minute live webinar from the comfort of your office or home. You can also get a recording to watch in your own time.

What others have said about Genevieve TImmons:

“Genevieve has such a wealth of experience to draw on – very useful and interesting – she has a great presentation style, too.”

“The content and presentation style was helpful. I particularly enjoyed Genevieve’s stories and her ability to relate ‘theory’ to ‘practice.”

What others have said about Vu Le:

“Great to hear the recipient’s perspective and thought provoking about how some of the issues might be addressed.”

“Perfect fit for the conference, great content and also a good change to have a ‘lighter/comedy’ tone.”

Register here

Fees (exclusive of GST):

The webinars are open to anyone with an interest in grantmaking. Each session is priced at $60.00 + GST for PNZ members and $99.00 + GST for non-members.

If you have any questions, please contact Yvonne TraskYvonne@philanthropy.org.nz