Means Muster- Data science for (grantmaking) dummies
Melbourne Grantmaker Muster: Tuesday May 28 2019
Calling all Victorian-based Grantmakers! Do we have a treat for you!
The Australian Institute of Grants Management, with Our Community, will be hosting a special Grantmaking Muster at Our Community House on Tuesday, May 28.
Come meet Andrew Means!
Andrew has dedicated his career to creating a more effective and efficient social sector by developing data tools that help organisations improve their impact. When he headlined our Grants in Australia Conference in 2017, he became one of our most popular ever speakers. Now he's back!
Andrew is an internationally recognised thinker and speaker on technology and data, particularly in its application to grantmaking.
At our May 28 Muster, you'll hear him discuss:
- The role of data in grantmaking;
- How to make strategic funding decisions based on the evidence;
- 5 things you can do now, today, to put yourself in the best position for data-driven grantmaking
The Muster will also feature Sarah Barker from Our Community?s Innovation Lab. Sarah will take us through a new report on LGBTIQ+ funding in Australia, released by Our Community and LGBTIQ+ collective giving group The Channel. As well as explaining the findings of the report, Sarah will outline some lessons learned in working with not-for-profit organisations to dive deep into the data and create compelling data-driven stories.
You can also take the opportunity to tour Our Community House, our fantastic new co-working space that has been built to provide an inspiring, green, art-filled, data-driven co-working space for 400 social sector organisations.
Bubbly and nibbles will be provided, along with the opportunity to meet and mingle with other Victorian grantmakers.
*Please ensure you advise of any dietary requirmeents on your registration.
When: Tuesday 28 May, 2:00pm - 5:00pm (Drinks and Nibbles served)
Venue: Our Community House,(Joan Kirner room) 552 Victoria St, North Melbourne Vic 3051, Australia
Who: Local, state and federal government grantmakers, philanthropic, corporate and community foundations, and anyone involved in giving out grants.
Not in Melbourne? We're looking at programming future Grantmaker Musters in other areas - Stay tuned!
For further information please contact the AIGM Team via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (03) 9320 6888.
Please note: Event details are correct at time of publication, however dates, times and venues may change. Any changes will be advised via
email - please ensure you provide a correct email address during registration.
Payment Options: Cheque / Money Order, Electronic Funds Transfer, Credit Card
The final step of the registration / order process lets you choose your payment method. Credit card payments may be made online or by telephone, and an invoice is provided if you would prefer to pay by cheque, money order or electronic funds transfer.