“Philanthropy as an Investment”: Lunch May 15 to Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Non-Profit Fellowship and the 25th Anniversary of the HBS Social Enterprise Program

Join the Harvard Club of Victoria’s Non-Profit Fellows, Council, and Supporters for lunch at Eureka 89 on Wednesday, May 15th from 12 to 2:30pm to celebrate the:
•    20th Anniversary of the Harvard Club of Victoria’s Non-Profit Fellowship
•    25th Anniversary of the Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Initiative

Also we will welcome our new 2019 Fellows and be stimulated by a panel exploring: “Philanthropy as an Investment”

The panel moderated by the Chair of Harvard Club of Victoria Non-Profit Fellowship Committee, Dr. Alice Hill, will include: 
•    Maree Sidey, CEO Australian Communities Foundation
•    Paul Ronalds, CEO, CEO Save The Children Australia
•    Shamal Das, Head of Philanthropic Services, JB Were

 We will also take a look at the history of the Non Profit Fellowship over the last 20 years and the impact it has made in Victoria through the insights of:
•    The Hon Mary Wooldridge MLC, Founding member of the NPF Committee
•    Bill Cowan, Founding Chair of the NPF Committee
•    Dana Rowan, Member of the NPF Committee then and now 

Details are below and to book please click here.

Every year, the Harvard Club of Victoria provides funding for up to three CEO's of non-profit organisations in the Victorian community sector to attend the
one week Harvard Business School program Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management ("SPNM") in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The A$14,000 award
covers SPNM course fees (tuition and case materials, accommodation, and meals), as well as travel to and from Boston, including a side-trip to allow for visits
to related non-profit organizations in North America.

The HCV Non-Profit Fellowship award is our investment in our community, especially in organisations that serve vulnerable Victorians. The CEOs of service delivery organisations in the community service sector are eligible, with particular focus on:
    •    Alcohol and drug dependency
    •    Children, youth and families
    •    Disability
    •    Family violence
    •    Housing and homelessness
    •    Indigenous services
    •    Mental health
    •    Refugee resettlement

The HCV Non-Profit Fellowship Program is funded by donations from members of the Harvard alumni community, together with moneys raised through the HCV’s Innovation Series and events program. Since the Fellowship was established in 2001, 42 fellowships have been awarded. 
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to the HCV Non-Profit Fellowship account at Good2Give please click here.

The Harvard Club of Victoria Non-Profit Fellowship committee would like to acknowledge the O'Brien family and Eureka 89 for their generosity for again providing us with such a spectacular venue.

We look forward to celebrating with you!

Warm Regards

Mandy Croker;
Alice Hill (chair) AB ’81, PhD ’91;
Lisa Hennessy, MBA ’97; 
Graeme Kelly, SPNM ’10;
Jenny Proimos, MPH ’98; 
Dana Rowan, AB ’81.
Harvard Club of Victoria Non-Profit Fellowship Committee

HCV Fellowship Lunch, Panel, and Awards
Date: Wednesday 15th May 2019
Time: 12 (for 12:30) – 2:30 pm
Venue: Eureka 89, Level 89 Eureka Tower, 7 Riverside Quay Southbank. 
Bookings: $110 for Harvard Club members and their guests and $130 for non-members (HCV members please login prior to purchase) Click here to purchase tickets!!!
RSVP:  by Tuesday 7th May 2019
Information: mandy@harvardclubofvictoria.org.au 
Parking: Click here for parking details