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There are several ways to keep in touch with us and let us know what you’re doing or find out what is happening at the Foundation.

Facebook

We regularly post news and updates on our Facebook page. Make sure you 'like' our page to receive our posts which include reminders about closing dates, changes to funding priorities and other news from the Foundation and our grantees. We also encourage grantees to post on our Facebook wall with news or feedback.

Twitter

Alternatively, you can follow our Twitter feed or tag us on twitter using @IanPotterFdn.

Blog

You can also keep up to date with our activities and events via our News blog which will also include press releases, speeches and other news from the Foundation.

Newsletter

All our grantees are automatically subscribed to our quarterly e-newsletter The Seahorse. The newsletter is issued after each board meeting with news of latest grants, the Foundation’s news, and special interest stories including grantee news and milestones.

If you would like to receive The Seahorse via email please subscribe below.

We look forward to hearing from you!

News

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September 10 2018

Conference program to close, Travel program suspended through 2019

The Board of The Ian Potter Foundation recently considered the fu...

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August 30 2018

Thanks for coming to our Darwin Grantseeker Forum

We'd like to thank everyone who attended our recent Grantseeker F...

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August 20 2018

Grantseeker Webinars

Join us for three webinars on Thursday 30 August 2018 as part of ...

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June 15 2018

Darwin-bound in August

The Program Management team will be hitting the road again this A...

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