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Keynotes Day One

Garth Nowland-Foreman : LEad
The Prince, the merchant and the poisonous shopping cary: realising our potential so they may realise theirs!

Professor Shelley Mallet : Brotherhood of St Laurence
Good works : the mission of the community sector

Notes to Professor Mallet’s slides

Panel Discussion : Power Point from NZCCSS
Our contributions, our challenges, our way forward

Gill Genet : Careerforce
Workforce development, empowerment and success

Dorothy Adams : Social Investment Agency
How community organisations can respond effectively in a social investment environment

Workshops Day One

Fred Astle
Moving mainstream to a Kaupapa Māori approach : The Vision West Story

Therese Lanigan-Behrent : Strategic Grants
Winning grants in a competitive environment: best-practice strategies

Dan Ormond – Latitude
How to stand out in a crowd in the NGO space

Presentations from NGO & community organisations – Moving with the times to make a difference

Holly Snape – Community Waikato
Iain Hines – JR McKenzie Trust
Tess Casey – Inclusive NZ

Keynotes Day Two

Brian Smith : The Harwood Institute
Back to community for sustainable impact

Trevor Moeke : New Zealand Treasury
The swirl of change and the pathways forward 

Paul Nixon : Oranga Tamariki
Practice for the future – working collaboratively across agencies – No powerpoint provided

Julian Moore : *SMS
Sponsorship.  How do we find it – corporate funding for NGOs .

Workshops Day Two

Tony Paine : Philanthropy NZ
Where are we heading?  The future of philanthropy, grant making and NGOs

Trevor McGlinchey & Ros Rice
What will government mean for NGOs?

Sharon Torstonson – SEWN
Planning for the unexpected – Could your organisation keep functioning through an emergency or disaster?

Jo Nicholson – Social Value Aotearoa
Understanding what matters

Short presentation xtra

Jo Cribb
Governing for good