FIA June Webinar: Digital Disruption of Fundraising and Corporate Giving: How Innovation is unlocking new corporate donations

Support for charities through workplace giving and fundraising events is growing – and Good2Give and GoFundraise have got the data to prove it. Good2Give distributed more than $19 million in corporate donations last year alone and has distributed $175 million to more than 5,500 charities in Australia since 2001. GoFundraise has pioneered digital fundraising in Australian with over 1.5 million donors and over $120 million raised for charities.

The two organisations recently launched a partnership called Fundraising at Work which, in a world first, combines digital fundraising with workplace giving, dollar matching and seamless corporate engagement.

GoFundraise and Good2Give share new insights, data and disruptive digital opportunities to expand the potential for a purpose-led workforce to make a difference

Registrations close 5pm AEDT Monday 25 June 2018!

Proudly sponsored by

Stuart Finlayson MFIA
GoFundraise Pty Ltd
Stuart Finlayson is CEO and co-founder of GoFundraise, Australasia’s online software platform facilitating peer-to-peer fundraising. A social entrepreneur with over 15 years’ experience in online and digital campaigns, social fundraising and marketing, he believes technology and innovation can make giving easier and more powerful.
Lisa Grinham MFIA
Lisa is regarded as one of the most respected experts in corporate community investment, business giving and corporate engagement strategy in Australia. She was appointed as CEO of Good2Give in 2012 and has transformed the organisation to be a digital innovator and integrated service provider for corporate social responsibility and foundation clients across Australia and New Zealand. Prior to taking the helm at Good2Give, Lisa worked in leadership roles in the commercial sector where she managed business and marketing strategy for 3M, Optus, Aussie Home Loans and IBM. Lisa is on the Board of Daystar Foundation and the International Women's Forum (IWF) Australia.
Date & Time
Wednesday, June 27
12.00 - 1.00pm AEDT (Sydney time)

Member: Free
Staff of Organisational Member: $25
Non-Member: $45

New Registration

Full participation in the FIA June Webinar is applicable for up to 1 continuing education point in Category 1.B –
Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.