The Australian Institute of Grants Management is in the midst of planning its 2017 Conference - to be held in Melbourne on March 2 and 3 - and we're keen to hear from you!
Our 2017 Conference (scheduled for March 3) is changing focus, putting SmartyGrants at the core while retaining the aim of driving towards better practice grantmaking.
We're also contemplating big changes to our Tribal Gathering (scheduled for March 2).
We need your help ensure we build a program that's responsive and relevant.
Please take our 5-minute survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/JCV6N8B.
The survey will be open until 3pm (AEST) on Friday, October 7.
Thanks so much for your time. We look forward to catching up with you soon!
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