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Fundraisers recognised in 40th FIA National Awards

The Fundraising Institute Australia have awarded major charitable groups for their work in the fundraising space

Major change-makers in the fundraising space have been recognised for their work at the Fundraising Institute Australia’s (FIA) 2019 national awards.

FIA’s 2019 National Awards for Excellence in Fundraising is a key event in fundraising, with over 400 professionals, agencies and suppliers attending the event this year.

CEO of FIA, Katherine Raskob, said: “The FIA Awards recognise the collective good work and impact of the fundraising sector in Australia.

“They honour excellent fundraising campaigns, best practice and accomplishments of some very talented individuals and teams.”

Awards in 13 categories were handed out, with Plan International Australia, the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and Guide Dogs QLD receiving two awards.

“We congratulate our nominees and winners, all of whom have demonstrated excellent fundraising practice over the past year,” Raskob said.

“The Awards are now in their 40th year and I’m pleased to see our members continue to demonstrate passion and dedication in their efforts to deliver excellent fundraising.”

This years’ winners are:

Arthur Venn Fundraiser of the Year: Meredith Dwyer FFIA CFRE, HomeMade Digital Australia

National Young Fundraiser of the Year: Alan White MFIA CFRE, Asylum Seekers Resource Centre

National Fundraising Team of the Year: Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation Team

Most Innovative Campaign: Plan International Australia for Change For Girls – A New Regular Giving Product For Plan International Australia

Most Outstanding Fundraising Project: Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Chair in Cardiovascular Disease Campaign

Donor Acquisition Over $5 Million: Plan International Australia for Change For Girls – A New Regular Giving Product For Plan International Australia

Donor Acquisition Under $5 Million: Guide Dogs QLD for 2018 Acquisition Campaign

Donor Renewal Over $5 Million: Leukaemia Foundation of Australia for 2018 Tax Appeal

Donor Renewal Under $5 Million: Guide Dogs QLD for 2018 Tax Appeal

Major Gifts Under $5 Million: Orygen Youth Mental Health for Substance Use Prevention for Youth Mental Health

Capital Campaigns Under $5 Million: Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Chair in Cardiovascular Disease Campaign

Special Events Over $5 Million: Mater Foundation for 2018 RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run

Special Events Under $5 Million: Variety – The Children’s Charity of QLD for 2018 Yamaha Variety Jet Trek (Sydney to Yamba)

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