Trusts and Foundations with Rikki Andrews | Webinar
-\Philanthropic trusts and foundations continue to grow in numbers across Australia and historically show great interest in the arts and cultural sector, with as much as 13% of distributions going to arts related causes.
Presented by one of Australia’s leading philanthropy experts Rikki Andrews, this webinar demystifies trusts & foundations and gives arts fundraisers a clearer understanding of how to identify opportunities, build relationships and develop a portfolio of lasting, foundation supporters.
Suited for fundraising and marketing professionals, executives, artistic directors, board members, and CEOs within arts and cultural organisations the webinar covers:
- A current overview of trusts & foundations in Australia.
- The position of arts & culture from the perspective of trusts & foundations including eligibility.
- Positioning & pitching to trusts & foundations.
- Evidence and data driven relationships.
- Rapport & stewardship.
- Trusts & foundations in today’s environment.
The recording of this webinar is available to purchase until 31 December 2020.
Rikki Andrews joined the philanthropic sector in 2005 when she commenced the Master of Social Science (Philanthropy and Social Investment) at the Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy at Swinburne University. Rikki is currently employed as the Foundation Advisor of the Fouress Foundation (a private family foundation). She has also worked for The Ian Potter Foundation, Gandel Philanthropy, the Gardiner Dairy Foundation and State Trustees among others. Between 2010-2014 Rikki delivered lectures on Philanthropy and Fundraising as part of the Swinburne Masters course.
In 2015 Rikki was awarded a scholarship to undertake the Williamson Community Leadership Program with Leadership Victoria. Rikki is a Founding Committee Member for the Giving Circle Impact100Melbourne and was a Board Member of the Inner North Community Foundation. She is also a founding member for both The Funding Network and Melbourne Women’s Fund – Rikki is a keen advocate for collective giving.