Kilfinan Australia exists thanks to the mentors that volunteer their time and our sponsors that ensure the services can continue to be provided to the sector at a minimal cost. We continue to be heartened by the generosity and support of our community. If you would like to find out more about becoming a corporate partner, please contact us for a confidential discussion
“The CEO’s of NFP need to be supported, they are often running resource-scarce, fragile organisations. They don’t have the funds to send themselves off to a training course or conference, so by providing CEO’s access to experience that’s not politically motivated, and is talented, that’s of value” John Craven, Kilfinan Mentor, Managing Director Craven Innovation,
Our partners to date are: The Goodman Foundation; The Myer Foundation & The Sidney Myer Fund; Grow Corp Foundation; The Baker Foundation; The RE Ross Trust; The Goodman Foundation; Equity Trustees; Marin Accountants; The Funding Network; Our Community; EY; the Growth Project; Feneley + Co.; Data4Good; Herbert Smith Freehills
We are inviting financial support to help protect existing charitable investments during extraordinary times and support NFP leaders in acting and deciding wisely in demanding circumstances. Without this support, we would miss the opportunity to learn from shared experience. Business leaders could fail to make prudent decisions that cost their organisations and their programs.
“What I’ve found surprising is how engaged he is in me and what we do: deeply interested. He genuinely wants to help so he’s a wonderful question-asker to grasp the issues and linkages to other areas he might uncover. He has a good global view but also takes a micro view.” David McNamara, CEO Food Bank, Victoria.