In September Louise Arkles, our Environment & Conservation Program Manager, had a rare and precious opportunity to escape from the grants treadmill and spend time with colleagues in North America. Here, she reflects on her observations and learnings from the trip.
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.
Charles Goode AC, Chair of The Ian Potter Foundation, reflects on the activities and achievements of the 2017-18 financial year.
The Board of The Ian Potter Foundation recently considered the future of the Conference and Travel program areas as part of its ongoing evaluation of all program areas. As a result of this process, The Ian Potter Foundation has decided to close its Conference program effective immediately and the Travel program will be suspended through 2019.
The Program Management team will be hitting the road again this August to meet with not-for-profit organisations across all the sectors the Foundation supports.
Seven best-practice trends from The Ian Potter Foundation. Craig Connelly, CEO of The Ian Potter Foundation is interviewed by Generosity magazine.
Louise Arkles, Arts Program Manager at The Ian Potter Foundation, shares her experience of what matters and what counts in grant making.
The Ian Potter Foundation is joining the ranks of the Gates, Ford and Getty Foundations to become the first non-US foundation included in Glasspockets.