Philanthropy and the Arts: During and Post-COVID-19 | Webinar
The recording of this webinar will be available for a limited time, until Friday 31 July 2020.
Join John McLeod of JBWere’s Philanthropic Services Team and Creative Partnerships Australia’s CEO Fiona Menzies for a short webinar on JBWere’s report: Where to from here? The outlook for philanthropy during and post COVID-19.
In this webinar, John will discuss the report’s outcomes which attempt to estimate the outlook for philanthropy and volunteering in Australia during the unprecedented combination of a major economic downturn and a significant global health crisis.
Together they discuss the possible impacts on arts philanthropy and volunteering. Looking at data from previous downturns both locally and internationally and what we all could be doing or preparing ourselves for.
This webinar is suited for:
- Fundraisers in arts and cultural organisations;
- CEO’s and management of arts and cultural organisations; and
- Board members of arts and cultural organisations
- Webinar slides
- Philanthropy Australia Grant-Maker Survey Response to C19 May 2020
- JBWere – Thought Leadership Report
About John McLeod
John co-founded JBWere’s Philanthropic Services team in 2001 after 15 years as a financial analyst and manager of Resource Research within the firm’s top-ranking strategy team. He researches and produces widely read reports on philanthropy and the operation of the for-purpose sector. He co-authored the Impact – Australia Report in 2013 highlighting the practice and growth potential for Impact Investing and more recently co-authored Growing Impact in New Zealand, released at the Social Enterprise World Forum held in Christchurch in 2017. He also authored The Cause Report examining the evolution of the NFP sector in Australia over the last 20 years. He compiles the list of Australia’s major philanthropists for the Australian Financial Review’s annual special, Philanthropy 50. In 2018 John authored The Support Report which focused on the dramatic trends occurring in Australian giving. In 2019 he co-authored and coordinated the inaugural list of community investment by Australia’s 50 largest corporate donors. He also sits on the Board of several charities including education and disability housing causes and on the Board of Philanthropy Australia.