New South Wales

Upcoming Events:

 

Digital – Facebook Fundraiser

Join us at this session for first-hand updates from a Facebook representative on the latest Facebook Fundraiser capabilities, which are being rolled out in the Australian market. Facebook Fundraiser launched in Australia in November 2018 and has generated a lot of interest among fundraisers since then, particularly when it comes to building synergies with Peer2Peer platforms and acquiring contact details from donors.

This event is a must-attend for digital fundraisers and fundraising managers/directors, as well as any fundraisers and not-for-profit execs who want to keep up to date with digital and fundraising trends.

Date: Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Time: 7:45 am – 9:30 am
Location: Michael Page
Level 32, 225 George Street,
Sydney, NSW, 2000

Pricing
Member: $20.00
Staff of Organisational Member: $30.00
Non-Member: $60.00

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This event is supported by:

      


Gifts in Wills Special Interest Group

This Special Interest Group will involve a round-table discussion that will have four table captains with a specific area of gifts in Wills to discuss.
 
TABLE TOPICS
  • Internal engagement
  • Facebook
  • Gifts in Wills Days
  • Supporter Surveys 
 
 
Date: Tuesday 21 May
Time: 3.00pm – 5.00pm
Location: Beaumont People
Level 29, 259 George St
Sydney 
 
 
Pricing:
FREE for current Include a Charity Supporters, members of Fundraising Institute Australia and non members.
 
Register here!
 
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Finding your career path from junior fundraiser to senior leader

 
Feeling uneasy or confused about the current state of your career? Are you interested to create a career track or roadmap to take you from a junior or mid-level position to a senior leader in a marquis non-profit, school or university? Join us for lunch and learn from two individuals who have steered a career path from junior fundraiser to senior leader.
 
Date: Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
 
Location: Barhead
Level 6, 222 Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW, 2000
 
This event is for fundraisers with a few years of experience to understand how to best plan and move towards long-term career goals.
 
FREE for all attendees.
 
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2019 NSW Schedule

Save the dates now!

  • Professional Development Breakfast – Digital – 5 June
  • Professional Development Breakfast – Multi-channel Acquisition – 3 July
  • Professional Development Breakfast – Corporate Partnerships – 7 August
  • Networking event – 4 September
  • Professional Development Breakfast – Peer to Peer Community Events – 25 September
  • Professional Development Breakfast – Organisational Culture- 6 November
  • End of Year event – 4 December

Watch this space as more information becomes available on topics and speakers for 2019.

Upcoming In-Class Education and Training:


Online Training

FIA is pleased to offer the following core education courses online. Click below for more details.

Fundraising Essentials

Certificate in Fundraising

Diploma in Fundraising


FIA Code Course

We have the means to raise standards of ethical fundraising practice. Code training is where it starts.

Find out more and register.


CFRE Study Group

Let us help you achieve your credential!

FIA offers a monthly study group, free of charge, for CFRE candidates. The study group covers:

  • assistance completing and submitting your CFRE application.
  • insights into taking the CFRE exam.
  • advice on resources to study for the CFRE exam.
  • focused study sessions in a ‘book club’ format.

Almost 100 per cent of participants in the CFRE Study Group have passed the CFRE exam on their first attempt.

The Study Group will be co-chaired by Pamela Sutton-Legaud MFIA CFRE and Elizabeth Davis EMFIA CFRE.

To learn more about the CFRE Study Group and to reserve your spot, contact us on 1300 889 670 or training@fia.org.au.

Find out more here.


Meet your State Committee

View a list of New South Wales Organisational Members


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