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Calling all Grantseekers!

The Ian Potter Foundation is hitting the road in May. We will be holding a free Information Forum in Brisbane on Tuesday 9 May and are inviting QLD-based charitable organisations to learn more about the Foundation.

  • How do you attract philanthropic funding for your project or organisation?

  • What do funders look for?

  • How can you maximise your chances of success?

  • If successful, what are your obligations to the grant-maker?

Meet CEO Craig Connelly and the grants management team to hear about why, what and how we fund projects.

This free event is a special opportunity for QLD-based grant-seekers to gain insight into our assessment processes, pick up 'top tips' for writing a winning grant application, and learn about our project evaluation framework.

The first session will provide a general introduction to the Foundation.  Sessions 2 and 3 will cover the Foundation's different program areas providing more details on the Foundation's programs and priorities plus a Q&A session. In the Evaluation & Setting SMART KPIs session, our Research & Evaluation Manager will provide insights and key learnings from our past grants, as well as guidance on setting SMART KPIs.

Forum Program

9:30 – 10:45am | Session 1: Introducing The Ian Potter Foundation 

This session will provide an overview about The Ian Potter Foundation and how and what we fund. The session will also provide some tips and hints as to what makes a strong application and a good evaluation.

10:45 – 11:15am | Morning tea and networking

11:15 – 11:45am | Session 2 (Concurrent Sessions)

a) Medical Research and Health & Disability and Science

b) Arts and The Ian Potter Cultural Trust

c) Evaluation & Setting SMART KPIs

12:00 – 12:30pm | Session 3 (Concurrent Sessions)

a) Community Wellbeing and Education

b) Environment & Conservation

c) Evaluation & Setting SMART KPIs

 

Bookings are essential (limit of two participants per organisation).

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

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