A fantastic first TFN Melbourne event for 2018, supporting youth employment in the local Inner North community. Thanks to all the event partners and guests who attended. Over $80,000 raised from lively crowd.
Another brilliant night in Melbourne, the last of 2017 and marking TFN Australia's 50th event. Thanks to Clayton Utz for generously hosting us all once again, and for their funding support from the CU Foundation. Also thanks to event partner JBWere. Congratulations to everyone, especially St Kilda Gatehouse, Eat Up, and Satellite Foundation, who collectively received over $88,000 in pledges.
Another fantastic night in the nation's capital, lots of new faces and plenty of guests coming back again after last year's success. Three moving pitches from the very talented women running: GG's Flowers; Women's Centre for Health Matters; and Mental Illness Education ACT. Congratulations Nip, Marcia and Sam. Over $79,000 was pledged from a lively crowd that truly represented the generous Canberra community.
At TFN Sydney on 6th September, we celebrated and supported three grassroots charities delivering programs that equip disadvantaged people with the right skills for the future. The event was hosted by KPMG at Barangaroo.
AMP once again partnered with TFN to showcase the wonderful work of their three new community partners in Sydney. A generous audience pledged over $80K for Vanguard Laundry; The Stroke Association of Victoria; and First Australians Capital. Thanks to everyone who joined us for this exciting event and pledged their support to these three extraordinary organisations.
Another brilliant night in Brisbane. Over $100k pledged to Health Justice Australia, Share the Dignity and Hope Centre Services.
A wonderful night showcasing the work of Victorian grassroots social enterprises: Brewing for Change; Youthworx; and Property Initiatives Real Estate (PIRE). Over $70k pledged by a big crowd of generous supporters. Thanks to our hosts PwC and all the other event partners.
What an evening featuring three grassroots non-profits using creativity and the arts in innovative ways to effect positive social change, as part of the VIVID Ideas program for 2017! PwC warmly welcomed us all into their stunning new Barangaroo offices, and generously match funded, together with Creative Partnerships Australia. An incredible evening supporting the arts for good cause!
What a lovely private event hosted by Myer Family Company in Melbourne! The evening showcased three global change-makers with an International focus, as well as an opening keynote from nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus, with match-funding generously provided by the Peter Hunt Family Foundation, English Family Foundation and Eureka Benevolent Foundation. A superb outcome for all involved!
What an incredible private event held at AMP to welcome three of AMP Foundations' new community partners. A spirited crowd pledged collectively $90k, with $45k of AMP Foundation's funding matched. Thanks to all the wonderful donors and guests, and the team at AMP in partnering with The Funding Network to promote the great work being done by these innovative non-profits delivering fresh approaches to helping Australians into employment.
What an incredible night at Macquarie Group. Just a brilliant experience for everyone involved. A very generous and lively crowd pledged over $400k, with $75k of Macquarie Group Foundation funding well and truly matched. Thanks to all the wonderful donors and guests, and the team at Macquarie.
What a cracker evening for our 'pub pitch' in Perth! In partnership with LotteryWest, The Funding Network showcased three exceptional change-makers who are improving health, education and employment opportunities in Western Australia and beyond.
Congratulations to Inner Melbourne Community Legal; Law and Advocacy Centre for Women; and Emerge. Their presentation of social change programs addressing the needs of people affected by family and domestic violence inspired a lively audience to pledge over $110,000.
Hosted by Clayton Utz, this special Sydney event featured three grassroots charities delivering programs addressing social inclusion and diversity in the workplace.
Presented in collaboration with the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA), over 180 guests came together at The Funding Network's sold-out event on Tuesday 6 September, generously hosted by KPMG.
Another fabulous night in Melbourne as Creative Partnerships Australia, KRA Wealth Management, AMP and the City of Melbourne hosted over 150 guests and we heard from four local grassroots charities using arts or creativity to drive social change. Congratulations to L2R, Western Edge Youth Arts, Rawcus Theatre Company and HoMie (Homeless of Melbourne), with more than $90,000 raised.
Canberra warmly welcomed The Funding Network's first event in the ACT on Thursday 30 June, with over 160 guests gathering at the new Vibe Hotel Canberra to support four passionate grassroots charities doing important work in their region.
What a brilliant evening! In partnership with AMP Foundation, The Funding Network showcased four exceptional charities who are improving education and employment opportunities in our community.
What an amazing evening! Thanks to an exceptionally generous audience and match-funding support from PwC, Morgans and SilverChef, TFN Brisbane facilitated over $110,000 for three groundbreaking QLD programs. More than 120 people came together at PwC to support the work of Heartfelt Homes, CORES Australia and Orange Sky Laundry.
The Funding Network hosted a pop-up crowdfunding session at the Change Leadership Summit by Humanity In Business in Sydney on June 9. In this special pilot version of the TFN format, three outstanding grassroots charities – The Malpa Project, Fighting Chance and Raise Foundation pitched for five minutes only.
The Funding Network' and the Kindred Spirits Foundation presented a heart-warming event on Wednesday 13 April at Westpac overlooking Melbourne. Over 100 guests supported three innovative grassroots charities who uplifted us with their courageous work and inspiring stories.
Over 200 guests gathered at Macquarie Group on Thursday 10 March in Sydney in support of four innovative charities: Bus Stop Films, KidsGive, Grameen Australia and Literacy For Life Foundation.
On 25 November, four innovative social entrepreneurs pitched in Perth, inspiring the audience to pledge more than $50,000 in support of their vital work in the community. Thank you to everyone who pitched, pledged and participated, and to PwC and Brookfield who helped make the evening possible.
On October 29, a generous audience came together in support of three inspiring organisations striving for human rights and social justice. Together they raised over $124,000 - an incredible outcome! Thank you to those who pitched, pledged and to our event partners, The Reichstein Foundation and AMP for making the event possible.
On October 21 a lively audience came together to donate over $105,000 to the four outstanding social entrepreneurs who are doing important work in the community. Many thanks to everyone who pitched, pledged and participated, and to our event partner who made the evening possible.
This invitation-only event was hosted by AMP Foundation and featured four charities close to the hearts of AMP’s ‘Unsung Heroes’ - employees who volunteer with or serve on the board of a charity.
On September 3 a generous audience came together to donate over $56,000 to the four outstanding social entrepreneurs who support the lives of women and girls in Australia and overseas. Many thanks to everyone who pitched, pledged and participated, and to our event partners who made the evening possible.
TFN's first ever event in Brisbane was held as part of Queensland Community Foundation's Philanthropy Week 2015 and was hosted by the Queensland Theatre Company, Morgans and Silver Chef. Congratulations to Human Ventures, 4MBS Silver Memories, Vulcana Women's Circus and Friends of HEAL who all presented brilliantly to a buzzing theatre with over 150 guests at the Bille Brown Studio.
As part of Vivid Ideas 2015, we combined TFN's innovative approach to collective philanthropy with Vivid’s celebration of creativity. Congratulations to I-Manifest, Treehouse Theatre, DirtyFeet and Sharing Stories, who all presented brilliantly and ignited a lively and fun pledging session.
If you want to make life better for a community you should start by investing in its women and girls, and that’s exactly what four exceptional social entrepreneurs spoke about at this incredible event. Congratulations to Kookaburra Kids Foundation, Pollinate Energy, Women's Community Shelters and Enterprise Learning Projects who all lit up the room with their passion and programs.
Congratulations to the four organisations who pitched; One Voice, Dandelion Support Network, Fair Game and LifeCircle. This invitation-only AMP event, hosted by the AMP Foundation, featured the organisations who were too big for AMP's Tomorrow Fund individual grants program, but just right for TFN.
Our first Melbourne event for 2015 featured three outstanding documentary filmmakers whose films were finalists at Good Pitch² Australia in 2014.
Congratulations to the four organisations who pitched at our March 25 event; Sensorium Theatre, SYN Media, Agelink Theatre and Youth Affairs Council of WA. Their innovative programs, using arts-based interventions, inspired the audience and ensured the evening's success. Thank you to our generous supporters Creative Partnerships Australia, PwC and the Perth Theatre Trust for a hugely successful evening.
Congratulations to the four organisations who pitched at our March 10 event; School for Life, Substation33, The 40K Foundation and the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation. The evening was a record-breaking success and provided outstanding support for the four fantastic nonprofits. Thank you to our generous hosts Macquarie Private Wealth and TFN founding partner Macquarie Group Foundation for a hugely successful evening.
Congratulations to e.motion21, Good Cycles, Mayibuye and Team Wild Yachting, who were all selected by our panel of members to pitch at the TFN Melbourne event on Tuesday 2nd December. Thank you also to our event hosts Eluvia and the AMP Foundation for a wonderful evening.
Thank you to our generous host, Commonwealth Bank, for a fantastic night in support of four wonderful nonprofit organisations. The audience in the room helped create a fabulous and exciting atmosphere, pulling together to ensure that each nonprofit hit their $10k fundraising target.
Thank you to our generous host, the AMP Foundation, for a wonderful night in support of four outstanding nonprofits. In spite of the stormy Sydney weather we had a great turn out, a warm atmosphere and some real success for our projects.
Thanks to our host JBWere and the dedicated efforts of the wonderful Australian Communities Foundation team this event was another sell-out affair. It was also brilliant to see so many of the ACF fund-holder community in the audience which made for a warm and sociable atmosphere...
After a capacity registration for this event which was generously hosted by Minter Ellison, our lively audience witnessed some of the best pitching yet from four "Arts Intervention" social-change organisations...
Thanks once again to local hosts PwC, and to our event partners for this occasion Creative Partnerships Australia. Our first Melbourne event of 2014 was a fitting return to the city following our pilot last year. Four arts-intervention organisations presented their important and inspiring work to an audience of about 80 people who all gave generously...
Thanks to local hosts PwC and founding partner Lotterywest, our first Perth event of 2014 was a huge success. Four inspiring social-change organisations, with very different missions, captured the audience and inspired a generous result...
Another amazing night at Macquarie Group. Four outstanding presentations and a room full of enthusiastic, generous people - over 170 of them in fact...
Our first official event in 2014 was actually an internal one with Macquarie Private Wealth and hosted by one of our founding partners Macquarie Group Foundation. And what a fabulous start to the TFN Australia journey...