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Women Donors Network
Education-focused NFP aiming to outrage, inspire and enable the Australian philanthropic sector to invest more in women and girls.
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Women Donors Network 1h
Founder Jo Horgan was totally inspiring - loved that got a shoutout - would be happy to hear from other members inspired to use their influence on corporate or personal giving in support of women.
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Women Donors Network Sep 18
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Women Donors Network Sep 18
So proud to work with have support of and the fabulous who was acknowledged this morning by for providing critical early support for so many progressive initiatives. Jill Co-Founded our Network & works with as Chair
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Women Donors Network Sep 18
This outstanding panel of effective advocates and human rights defenders acknowledge the critical contribution of philanthropy in their successful campaigns. Special mention of galvanising peers to support
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Women Donors Network Sep 18
Add a Gender Lens to the Climate Lens and amplify your impact in philanthropy. Check out the impact of educating girls and providing access to contraception on carbon emissions!!!
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Women Donors Network Sep 18
And our big data question ... how do women and girls fare? ... do they get their fair share? We have a gender data gap in philanthropy we need to close
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Women Donors Network Sep 18
Australia has experienced 28 years of continuous economic growth - we are one of the wealthiest countries in the world. We are 8th on the global table of private/personal giving.
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Women Donors Network Sep 17
Eight male billionaires have the wealth of half the world’s population. Government & Philanthropy have to work together to address social challenges.
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Women Donors Network Sep 17
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ReichsteinFoundation Sep 17
The is an important opportunity to demonstrate that philanthropy can be a fearless voice & resource in the service of the common good. See Jill’s recent blog post on this & the launch of a powerful new toolkit for Australian philanthropy here
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Women Donors Network Sep 17
Aunty Violet presents a warm welcome to country to begin our Philanthropy meets Parliament Summit. Looking forward to how we can work together with government to embed a gender lens on all we do to ensure women & girls can thrive.
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Women Donors Network Sep 17
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Women Donors Network Sep 17
Looking forward to the Summit. Thanks for organising and advancing this important conversation with government.
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Women Donors Network Sep 14
Congratulations to all the wonderful women recognised through these important Awards
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Women Donors Network Sep 11
On the 23rd of September come along to a conversation between David Leser and Michaela Kalowski about Leser's new book - Women, Men, and the Whole Damn Thing.
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Women Donors Network Sep 9
Congratulations to all those on the 2019 AFR 100 Women of Influence Awards - especially those working to advance gender equality.
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Women Donors Network Sep 9
Thanks for your leadership on this issue and on gender lens philanthropy - you are such an asset to the sector . Keep using your voice for good!
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Women Donors Network Sep 4
Here is an opportunity to support a Dandenong based organisation offering much needed services and programs to women who live in the region. offers women more than 40 programs and services focusing on health and wellbeing, education and employment.
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Susan Sawyer Sep 2
Pleased to be speaking about adolescent mental health at this wonderful event
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Susan Sawyer Sep 2
Delighted to hear National Mental Health Commissioner speak so eloquently about mental health in Australia . Thank you.
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