The following philanthropic organisations have been generous in supporting Melbourne Women’s Fund – A Giving Circle, by providing advice, staff time, meeting venues and more. We are very thankful to have received such a welcome into Melbourne’s philanthropic community.
The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation is a leading philanthropic organisation and the largest community foundation in Australia. In 2014 they celebrated their 90th anniversary. LMCF inspires philanthropy by bringing people, ideas and funding together to achieve positive social change.
Philanthropy Australia leads an innovative, growing, and influential and high performing sector in Australia. It is the national peak body for philanthropy, with a membership consisting of trusts and foundations, businesses, families and individuals who want to make a difference through their own philanthropy and to encourage others to become philanthropists.
Australian Women Donors Network is an education-focussed not-for-profit organisation that advocates for gender-sensitive practice within the social investment and grant-making sector. They also advocate for a greater investment in women and girls.
The Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy (ACSIP), now part of Centre for Social Impact Swinburne, was established in 2001 as an education unit focusing on philanthropy, launching one of the first post-graduate courses specialising in grant making and philanthropic giving.
CBRE is honoured to announce it’s strategic partnership with Melbourne Women’s Fund. We are excited by the opportunity to collaborate and cultivate innovative ideas with a diverse group of community minded professionsals, all working together to solve challenges faced by disadvantaged women and their families in our community.