Adaptation & Responding to Change 2021 Sessions

2020 was the year of change and adaptation! But what did we learn? Using case studies and real-life examples, this track will consider how the fires, floods, pandemic and global movements impacted our fundraising lives – and prepare you for what you can do to future-proof your fundraising program.

What now? Grant-Seeking in the post-COVID-19 climateJo Garner FFIA CFRE, Strategic Grants
Lea-Anne Bradley, John Villiers Trust
Bill Maddock MFIA, RFDS QLD
Jason Kimberley, Cool Australia
Scandal: The erosion (and rebuilding) of public trust in nonprofitsDr. Cassandra Chapman University of Queensland
Stop Right Now (Thank You Very Much) Brooke Rose, University of Alberta
Finding certainty when there is no clarity: how to make wise decisions during uncertain timesBill Toliver
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly -Learnings from the Bush FireEmergency and how you prepare for the next natural hazardKrystian Seibert, Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University of Technology
Simon Gregory, The Salvation Army
Jennifer Doubell OAM FFIA CFRE, Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation
Katherine Raskob, Fundraising Institute Australia
Pivoting your privacy Katherine Raskob, Fundraising Institute Australia
Elizabeth Marson, UNHCR Australia
Richard Harris, Certus Solutions Limited
Pivot Campaign – Quick fire sessionRochelle Nolan, Lifeline Australia
Anthea Rice MFIA, Royal Flying Doctor Service – National Office
Marnie Thomson & Stephen Bastow MFIA, Cystic Fibrosis WA
Leila Davis, Taronga Conservation Society Australia Natalie Barnett CFRE, Arts Centre Melbourne
Fundraising in a recessionTim Longfoot, Open Creates
The COVID Quickening: Opportunities and challenges for digital fundraising in uncertain timesMeredith Dwyer FFIA CFRE, HomeMade Digital