Upcoming events

  1. Sydney, Thursday 1 June 2017

    We're very excited to present our next Sydney event as part of the VIVID Ideas program for 2017, featuring three grassroots non-profits using creativity and/or the arts in innovative ways to effect positive social change. The evening is being generously hosted by PwC in their stunning new Barangaroo offices, who will match-fund up to $5,000 for each program. Creative Partnerships Australia (CPA) will also match-fund donations up to $15,000 for each program. That's a total of $60,000 of match-funding, a superb way to leverage your tax-deductible donations!

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  2. Melbourne, Tuesday 6 June 2017

    We're looking forward to presenting TFN's first event that features exclusively Victorian grassroots Social Enterprises, who'll share inspired stories about creating employment opportunities and housing solutions for refugees, homeless youth and at-risk women and children in Victoria. The evening is presented in collaboration with stand-out social sector leaders and generously hosted by PwC, who will match-fund up to $5,000 per project.

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  3. Brisbane, Wednesday 14 June 2017

    TFN are thrilled to present our next live crowdfunding event during QCF Philanthropy Week in Brisbane. Graciously hosted by Clayton Utz, in collaboration with Morgans, Silver Chef and Queensland Community Foundation, we'll showcase three QLD social entrepreneurs who will share compelling stories about how their inspiring programs are creating big change in the community. The Morgans Foundation will generously match-fund donations up to $10,000 per program.

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  4. Sydney, Wednesday 26 July

    AMP Foundation is partnering with The Funding Network to feature three of their new community partners, for a night of live crowd-funding to support the work of three impressive organisations. The evening will feature innovating non-profits with fresh approaches to providing work opportunities for long-term unemployed people who have experienced mental illness, helping recovering stroke patients transition back to work and supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.

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