Grantmaking Intelligence Conference 2022

Thursday to Friday, August 11–12, 2022

Risk & Reward: Safe Grantmaking, Great Results

The conference for grants professionals

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Grantmaking Intelligence Conference 2022
Thursday, August 11, 9.00am–4.30pm

Grantmaker musters
Friday, August 12, 9.30am–1.00pm

SmartyGrants behind the curtain
Friday, August 12, 1.30–4.30pm

WHERE

Online
The Hopin platform

In-person
RACV Club, 501 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000

About the conference

The past two years have seen major environmental, health and social challenges and changes in Australia and across the world. Floods, fires, drought and a pandemic have changed the way we deliver grants to our communities. Citizens demand fast-moving processes that ensure funding goes as quickly as possible to those most in need, or those most able to nudge their communities forward. Though grantmaking may have changed, risks and regulations remain.

At this year’s Grantmaking Intelligence Conference we will look at how to measure and manage risk and reward to ensure that great grantmaking reaches communities efficiently while keeping the programs themselves off the front pages.

Join us on August 11–12 to connect with your peers, hear from SmartyGrants and learn about the latest grantmaking practices.

Conference Program

Program highlights

Han Aulby

Surviving the storm: How to maintain your composure when grantmaking goes rogue
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Han Aulby, executive director, Centre for Public Integrity

The Centre for Public Integrity has been at the forefront of the pushback against pork-barrelling and erosion of accountability and transparency in grantmaking. Han Aulby argues that reforms to bolster Parliament’s ability to perform its oversight function are essential to improving the administration of government grant programs.

Jen Riley

A grantmaker’s biggest risk: Why you need to be delivering on outcomes
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Jen Riley, chief impact officer, SmartyGrants

Australian grantmakers distribute a considerable amount of money through grants – but how do we know if that money is making a difference?

Ticketing

ONLINE OPTION

Grantmaking Intelligence Conference 2022, powered by SmartyGrants
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Thursday, August 11, 9.00am–4.30pm

Tune in to the Grantmaking Intelligence Conference via our Hopin platform. You'll be able to submit your questions, chat to your fellow delegates, and network, all from the comfort of your home.

$560.00
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SmartyGrants users

$620.00
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Non-SmartyGrants users

IN-PERSON OPTION

Grantmaking Intelligence Conference 2022, powered by SmartyGrants
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Thursday, August 11, 9.00am–4.30pm

Come along to the Grantmaking Intelligence Conference in Melbourne to see our speakers and meet fellow delegates in person.

State and federal government and philanthropic grantmakers muster OR local government grantmakers muster
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Friday, August 12, 9.30am–1.00pm

Come back the next day and dive into the muster that's relevant to you. Musters are tailored to your grantmaking needs.

SmartyGrants behind the curtain
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Friday, August 12, 1.30–4.30pm

Hear from the SmartyGrants team about what's happening at HQ and how it can help your grantmaking,

$820.00
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SmartyGrants users

$990.00
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Non-SmartyGrants users

Book with confidence

The whole conference will take place online if the face-to-face option has to be cancelled because of COVID-19. Registrants may also switch their registration to online if their circumstances change as a result of COVID-19. If you feel unwell, please DO NOT attend the conference. We recommend all attendees complete a rapid antigen test before attending.

Vaccination digital certificate

You will need to verify your vaccination status to enter the venue. Please download the Service Victoria app and link your vaccination certificate before you arrive. (COVID-safe requirements are subject to Victorian Government directions and are subject to change.)

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