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FIA award winners announced

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Fundraisers from all over Australia met at the FIA conference last week to learn from their peers and to celebrate the work of Australia’s best fundraisers. Third Sector attended this event which took place in sunny Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast.

FIA held their Gala Awards dinner on 23 February to award those who have done exceptional work in fundraising. Now in their 18th year, the Awards recognise the outstanding initiatives and innovative efforts of fundraisers, volunteers and organisations.

Rob Edwards, CEO, FIA, welcomed the guests and said he was proud that all the fundraisers got to gather together and celebrate their good work.

Organisational Award winners:

Category Sub-category Organisation Campaign
Donor Acquisition Over $5m revenue Act for Peace Act for Peace Ration Challenge
Under $5m revenue ActionAid End FGM Acquisition Campaign
Donor Renewal Over $5m revenue Children’s Cancer Institute (joint) Charlie’s promise
Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation (joint) Alive & kicking during taxing times
Under $5m revenue VisAbility Guide Dogs WA Preparing a new generation of Guide Dogs
Major Gifts Over $5m revenue Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy
Bequests/Gifts in Wills Over $5m revenue Bush Heritage Australia Bush Legacy Circle & Bequest Reconfirmation campaign
Capital Canmpaigns Over $5m revenue University of Melbourne Believe – the Campaign for the University of Melbourne
Special Events Over $5m revenue Act for Peace Act for Peace Ration Challenge

Principal Award winners:

Category Organisation Campaign
Most Innovative Campaign Act for Peace Act for Peace Ration Challenge
Most Outstanding Fundraising Project University of Melbourne Believe – the Campaign for the University of Melbourne

Individual Award winners:

Category Individual
Arthur Venn Fundraiser of the Year Jo Garner FFIA CFRE
Young Fundraiser of the Year Charlotte Sangster EMFIA CFRE
Volunteer of the Year May Cameron, NSW (nominated by Cerebral Palsy Alliance)

 

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