Not For Profit Organisational Planning, Resources and Funding

Not For Profit Organisational Planning, Resources and Funding

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Max Webber Library

Alpha Street

Blacktown, NSW 2148


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How to find the funding and resources you need to run your community or NFP organisation.

About this event

If you're ready to get your community or not for profit organisation off the ground or take it to the next level of success, you're going to need a solid plan for getting the resources and funding required to make it happen.

At the Not For Profit Organisational Planning, Resources and Funding workshop, learn how to resource your organisation, apply strategies to make your budget stretch further and harness the various forms of funding and support available to you.

What you will learn at this workshop

  • How to resource a community organisation or NFP
  • Finding the facilities, equipment and people you need
  • Compliance and the hidden costs of running a NFP
  • Overview of how to source funds and other resources

This is a workshop you won't want to miss.

Book today. Seats are limited.

Please note: If language is a barrier for you getting the most out of this event and you would like to bring along your own interpreter or translator, please send an email to to find out how to arrange a ticket for them. Tickets for interpreters and translators are offered free of charge when coming along with a paying attendee but are subject to seat availability so please do contact us as soon as possible. (Interpreters and translators will not be allowed to attend without a pre-arranged ticket.)

Who this workshop is for

Not for profit and community group organisation leaders and volunteers that would like to learn more about planning, resources and funding.

About the presenter

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Kittu Randhawa is the CEO of Community Resource Network (CRN), a sub-regional peak body for the community sector in Blacktown, The Hills & surrounding LGA’s that exists to build the capacity of local organisations that provide services to directly alleviate poverty and distress suffered by economically and socially disadvantaged communities. They focus on resourcing, supporting and building the capacity of service providers to work together and collaborate on issues affecting disadvantaged communities in the Western Sydney area. Kittu has also worked in numerous levels of government and consults for a wide range of clients, including not-for-profits, with a range of services including establishing corporate governance, tendering activities, contract management, independent probity and evaluation of services and training workshops. As a procurement specialist, Kittu also works with organisations to help them gain real value and operate on a minimal budget through procurement (and purchasing).

Kittu is the founder and Project Lead for the Indian (Sub-Cont) Crisis & Support Agency an ethno-specific social enterprise charity that delivers crisis and case management services and advocacy on CALD issues. The organisation a specialist in cultural consultancy offers advisory services to frontline agencies in the form of systems engineering, developing bespoke resources and training.

Other information

The Business Success Program is a series of business education workshops for small businesses and community groups in the greater Blacktown area, and is an initiative of Blacktown City Council in partnership with NRMA Insurance and Rapport Leadership International. Not for Profit & Community Organisation sessions in partnership with Community Resource Network.

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We look forward to meeting you and being of service.

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