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Canterbury Branch: Now's the time to collaborate - how do NFPs partner effectively?

The COVID-19 crisis has changed the landscape for many sectors. What does this mean for NFPs and charities in Aotearoa?

Speaker(s)
Amy Carter
Date
5:45pm — 7:45pm, 3 August 2020
Venue
The George
Location
50 Park Terrace, Christchurch Central City, Christchurch
Price members
$40.00 incl GST
Price non-members
$0.00 incl GST

Members are welcome to bring prospective members and colleagues in the NFP/NGOs/charities sectors to this event at no charge. Please ensure you register your guests online or via email.

Overview

Over the last decade New Zealand has faced a number of crisis situations. In each situation, the not-for-profit sector has been the first to respond and has played a critical, often unacknowledged, role in the recovery. Able to act more nimbly, the sector often fills the gaps where the government cannot go.

As the frequency of disasters increases, resources and reserves have less time to recover. The COVID-19 response has seen an unprecedented amount of collaboration in the $8.1b sector. However there is much to be done to ensure the sector remains nimble, financially sustainable, and most critically, making a measurable impact for the betterment of Aotearoa.

Amy Carter will share her insights about the sector and aspirations.

We are also delighted to be presenting our 2020 First Steps in Governance Award at this event and thank Ronald McDonald House South Island for their ongoing support.

Amy Carter

Amy Carter was appointed to her first board of a not-for-profit while at university. Over the last 28 years she has held senior leadership or governance roles in a number of iconic not for profits. Currently, she is the Chief Executive of The Christchurch Foundation, our city’s Community Foundation. Amy, her small team, and a voluntary board have facilitated over 12 million dollars of gifting to the causes within Ōtautahi since its establishment in late 2017.  Alongside this they are building an endowment programme which will provide legacy gifts for the causes within the city, forever.

Additional information

COVID-19

We have been monitoring government updates regarding COVID-19 and are keeping up to date with Ministry of Health guidance with regard to events and public gatherings.

For the latest updates on face to face courses and our safety planning see our response to COVID-19 page

Branch event cancellation policy

Regrettably, registration fees cannot be refunded when cancellations are received within two working days prior to any branch event.

See our standard terms and conditions for more information.

Contact

Sharynn Johnson
Canterbury Branch Manager

+64 3 968 6468
canterbury.branch@iod.org.nz

Our sponsors

The Canterbury Branch acknowledges the generous support of

ASB
Nexia
Duncan Cotterill
Marsh
Secure Strategy
University of Canterbury

Book this event

  • Fully booked

    Christchurch

    date
    3 Aug 2020
    Members — $40.00
    Non-members — $0.00
    Please ph 04 499 0076 to be placed on the waitlist

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