Toona Berwick

Toona Berwick
Philanthropy, Client relations


Philanthropic Fundraising Course for Natural and Cultural Resource Managers

Registrations are open for a 1.5-day philanthropic fundraising workshop tailored for groups in the natural and cultural resource management space in Australia.

High-value philanthropy in Australia has launched new natural and cultural resource management at scale, funded innovation outside the scope of government programs, and helped fund core organisational capacity for more than 20 years. 

While it isn’t an instant solution to all your challenges, and you need expert advice, plenty of effective fundraising involves common sense. This workshop will show you how to proceed with a philanthropic fundraising strategy, and give you practical steps you can use immediately.

Conservation Management is delivering the workshop in partnership with Roewen Wishart from Xponential.  Roewen is regarded as one of Australia’s leading fundraisers, and also has a long and deep understanding of conservation and land management in Australia.  

Conservation Management's Director of Planning and Facilitation, Stuart Cowell, will co-present with Roewen, to demonstrate how best-practice adaptive management processes link in with and support fundraising processes.

This is a unique and valuable opportunity to understand the foundations of philanthropic fundraising within the context of our industry, and philanthropy's role in delivering lasting outcomes in new ways.

The workshop is delivered by Conservation Management, supporting best-practice land management globally, and Xponential, Australia’s big gift philanthropy specialists.

Fig Tree Function Centre, Adelaide Zoo

17 and 18 March, 2020

We will contact you in the first week of February to confirm further details once we know there are enough enrolments and we look forward to seeing you there.

Click here to download a copy of the information brochure.

Click here to register.

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