At its latest meeting, the Board of The Ian Potter Foundation approved grants for a range of exciting projects across many program areas. At this meeting, the Board also considered proposed new funding guidelines that will ensure our future grantmaking remains firmly linked to the four elements of the Foundation’s vision for a vibrant, healthy, fair and sustainable Australia.
Here's a short video of our CEO Craig Connelly discussing why building and managing relationships with philanthropists is key to a NFP organisation’s search for funding.
Craig Connelly shares the news of the Board's decision to add a fourth element to the vision of The Ian Potter Foundation. He also explains the reasoning behind this and what comes next for the Foundation.
The Ian Potter Foundation has always proactively sought partnerships with not-for-profit organisations. This year has been no different with several new partnerships established through major grants awarded to organisations supporting Indigenous communities and people at risk of homelessness.
It’s been a busy few months since our last newsletter. The program management team and I have recently undertaken a week-long scoping trip to the Northern Territory visiting Alice Springs and Darwin. The latest funding round saw grants made to organisations in every state and territory.
Join us for three webinars on Thursday 30 August 2018 as part of our Grantseeker Forum in Darwin.
Seven best-practice trends from The Ian Potter Foundation. Craig Connelly, CEO of The Ian Potter Foundation is interviewed by Generosity magazine.
We are delighted to acknowledge Dr Casey Whife as the 2016 Cynthia Banham Burn Injury Research Fellow.
When The Ian Potter Foundation National Conservatory opens in 2017, visitors will have the opportunity to step into the wonderful world of Australia’s tropical and sub-tropical plant-life, completing the journey around our nation’s flora offered at the Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra.