JB Hi-Fi’s workplace giving program is highly regarded by the not-for-profit (NFP) sector and Carman’s founder, Carolyn Creswell, speaks openly about her roles on various charity boards. Companies, including Nestle, have various partnerships with charities and often report about the importance of shared value and social responsibility.
With many corporations getting on board with CSR, it is important to have a platform and strategy that embraces NFP organisations and their charitable work.
Third Sector magazine, Australia’s leading publication for NFP professionals, will hold its annual conference and expo on August 18-19 at the Sheraton On The Park. Leaders from both the corporate and NFP sectors will share their experiences and insights on how to create innovative CSR strategies.
Speakers include Lucy Turnbull, interviewing David Gonski onstage; John Brogden, CEO AICD; Tim Costello, CEO World Vision; Daniel Flynn, founder of Thankyou Group; Victor Dominello, the NSW Minister for Innovation, and more than 25 other prominent leaders.
“Australia’s most influential leaders will gather in Sydney to discuss the role of corporate Australia, government, academia and the community in fostering and supporting a more innovative NFP sector,” said Ori Danieli general manager of Third Sector.
Third Sector is expecting around 400 delegates to the event, so it promises to be a rewarding experience both on a personal and professional level. Visit www.thirdsector.com to find out more and to register.
Third Sector is owned by Octomedia, publisher of Inside FMCG.