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Perth Adelaide 18 Oc tober 2011 20 Oc tober 2011 6th Annual give well N ONP
Perth Adelaide 18 Oc tober 2011 20 Oc tober 2011 6th Annual give well N ONP
Perth Adelaide 18 Oc tober 2011 20 Oc tober 2011
Perth
Adelaide
18 Oc tober 2011
20 Oc tober 2011

6th Annual

givewell N ONP r OFI t F O ru M

Wh O S h O uld att EN d? Chief Executives Board Members Investment Committee Development
Wh O S h O uld att EN d?
Chief Executives
Board Members
Investment Committee
Development Managers
Chief Financial Officers
Finance Managers

Building resilience in the third sector

  • Running a Resilient Nonprofit Organisation: Practical case studies and a grantmakers perspective

  • Sector Reform and Regulation: The National Not-for-Profit Regulator and the development of a capital market for social economy organisations

  • Economic Outlook: How the “new normal” economy impacts on charitable giving and the business of nonprofit entities

  • Strategic Governance: Building and maintaining an effective board

  • Partnering for success: Both with business and other nonprofits

Perth Adelaide 18 Oc tober 2011 20 Oc tober 2011 6th Annual give well N ONP

for shared service provision

8.30am

Registration opens

9.00am

Opening from the Chair

Ross Wyatt, Associate Director, Net Balance (Perth)

Michael Walsh, Executive Director, Givewell (Adelaide)

9.05am

Opening Address

The Hon Tanya Plibersek MP, Federal Minister for Human Services and Social Inclusion (via video)

FUTURE REGULATION AND FUNDING

9.15am

Steps towards a national not-for-profit regulator:

What should be the goals, scope and function of national nonprofit regulation?

Looking in some more detail at the scoping study being undertaken by Treasury and PM&C, and an opportunity for attendees to make their voices heard.

Chris Leggett, Manager, Philanthropy and Exemptions Unit, Treasury (Perth)

Tamara Hartwich, Manager, Philanthropy and Exemptions Unit, Treasury (Adelaide)

9.50am

Open discussion:

Future regulation and funding

of the third sector

In this session we ask panelists to put their views forward, and then invite the audience to join us in an open discussion format.

Perth Participants:

Chris Leggett, Manager, Philanthropy and Exemptions Unit, Treasury

Paul Flatau, Chair in Social Investment and Impact, Director of the Centre for Social Impact, UWA Business School

Wendy Mathews, Fundraising Director, Heart Foundation WA

Jacquie Thomson, General Manager Grants and Community Development, Lotterywest

Katherine McLean, General Manager, Barking Gecko

Adelaide Participants:

Tamara Hartwich, Manager, Philanthropy and Exemptions Unit, Treasury

Les Hems, Director of Research, Centre for Social Impact (Adelaide)

Dr Amanda Rischbieth, CEO, Heart Foundation SA

Brenton Caffin, CEO, The Australian Centre for Social Innovation

Gary Storkey, Chair of the Board, Community Benefit SA

Sharon Manning, General Manager, Tutti Ensemble

9.35am

11.00am

Social Innovation in Financing

Here we examine social innovation and new ways of funding and delivering social programs and activities from a nonprofit perspective.

Paul Flatau, Chair in Social Investment and Impact, Director of the Centre for Social Impact, UWA Business School (Perth)

Les Hems, Director of Research, Centre for Social Impact (Adelaide)

Morning tea and networking

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

11.15am

Trends in consumer spending and implications for charitable giving

Retiring baby boomers and rise of Gen Y

Increased housing prices and mortgage Frugality – low retail sales etc. Continued low returns from investments Rise in A$ and business profits • Wage pressures – the mining boom

and shortage of skilled labour

Diya Caltieri, Fund Manager, DMP Asset Management

LEADERSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

11.45am

Laying the foundation for a social economy

Building capacity in the third sector

Organisational mentoring;

programmes and outcomes

Robust planning through

financial sustainability

• Examining some case studies

Julienne Price, Head of Social Sector Banking, Westpac (Perth)

Sandy Blackburn-Wright, Head of Organisational Mentoring, Group Sustainability and Community, Westpac (Adelaide)

12.15pm

Getting in sync: nonprofit partnerships with the private sector

It’s been proven that there’s considerable value in cross sector partnering. Here we consider how to form successful business

partnerships, and their value in the current climate of social responsibility and enterprise.

The Heart Foundation has long partnered with the private sector to achieve highly mutually beneficial outcomes. We’re pleased to welcome them to share their experience of

corporate relations and principles for success.

Wendy Mathews, Fundraising Director, Heart Foundation WA (Perth)

Dr Amanda Rischbieth, CEO, Heart Foundation SA (Adelaide)

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Building resilience in the third sector

12.45pm

Knowing the change you make

Impact. It’s become one of the most misused words in the community sector. We are all striving to make an impact but how certain are we that it has happened? How much impact have we made? How do we provide evidence that our work has value? How do we engage supporters by understanding impact rather than input?

This session will give you:

The knowledge to approach impact

measurement with confidence

An understanding of the strengths and

weaknesses of various approaches

The ability to express the change

you make and turn that into

enhanced fundraising ability

• The certainty that your investment

is delivering results

Jerry Marston, Director, Net Balance Ross Wyatt, Associate Director, Net Balance

1.15pm

Lunch

2.15pm

STRATEGY AND OPERATIONS

Building an effective board; directing an effective organisation

Who makes the best nonprofit board

members? Donors, experienced

business people or experienced

nonprofit operators?

How do we manage a voluntary nonprofit board and ensure it is effective, responsive and professionally run?

Duncan Peppercorn, Executive

Director, Social Ventures Australia, Head of SVA Consulting

3.45pm

Afternoon tea and networking

2.45pm

Maximising operational efficiency

In this session we look at case studies of not-for-profit organisations who have successfully re-organised their business systems, and found significant efficiencies.

Where do we find inefficiencies

that can be resolved?

• The complexity of the existing systems

Calculating the “true cost” of

individual programmes

• Linking up fundraising, accounts, the CRM and the programs

Gary Wright, Sales Manager, Star Business Solutions (Perth)

Trish Hall, CEO, Star Business Solutions (Adelaide)

3.15pm

PRACTICAL

APPLICATIONS

Resilience in practice:

A Case Study

Building a sustainable nonprofit organisation with limited resources can require some very creative thinking. In this session, we look at how a smaller organisation has tackled the challenges, the innovative approaches they’ve used and lessons learned.

Katherine McLean, General Manager, Barking Gecko (Perth)

Ian Cox, CEO, The Hutt Street Centre (Adelaide)

4.25pm

Communicating Resilience:

A Grant Makers Perspective

Social Enterprise in WA

Exploring the rise of social enterprise in Western Australia. By examining

West Australian case studies we explore its benefits and limitations and

considers its future as a non-traditional

approach to solving social issues.

Understanding Social Enterprise:

Provision of working examples

The benefits and limitations of

the social enterprise sector

Financially sustainability and

the broader the social sector

What do grant makers look for in a grant application?

What are the indicators of a sustainable, resilient organisation?

How should organisations present the strongest case for their cause?

Jan Stewart, CEO, Lotterywest (Perth)

Gary Storkey, Chair of the Board, Community Benefit SA (Adelaide)

4.50pm

Closing and wrap up from the Chair

• How can NFP’s and Social Enterprise

work together to build positive futures. Tom Tolchard, Project Director, Social innovation in Western Australia (SiiWA)

[Adelaide session TBC]

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