Sustainability and capacity building

 

 

The Centre is always on the lookout for innovative ways to increase sustainability and capacity of our members. 

 

 

These measures include developing relationships with organisations such as Social Traders, The Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership for Social Impact – MBS and Social Enterprise Finance Australia  and assiting our members in understanding and using the data collected by the NFP Back-Office Benchmarking Project  

For further information please contact Dan Gleeson at dan.gleeson@cfecfw.asn.au, 9094 3510 or 0434 978 421.

 

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