Events for 2023Click to read more >>
To give you an idea of what the COCB is offering in 2023 here’s a proposed program of activities for the first half of the year. As you can see not all actual dates have been set. You can email Howard on firstname.lastname@example.org to receive email updates, or check back for info on when and […]
Event: Sharing for social good: Creative Commons and Not for ProfitsClick to read more >>
As part of the Changemakers festival, the Coalition of Community Boards are pleased to be hosting an online event that will explore potential of Creative Commons—the international open licensing rights management legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation—for the Not for Profit, community organising and social enterprise sectors.
Engaging with Philanthropics: Insights from The Sydney FoundationClick to read more >>
BUILD RELATIONSHIPS & ARTICULATE YOUR VISION Two of the many messages from keynote speaker Kristi Mansfield at the Coalition of Community Boards Community Development Conference QLD event recently. Kristi is Chief Executive of the Sydney Community Foundation with a passion for connecting worthwhile community initiatives with people who care and have resources to support.
Clarify and Connect: Key Insights from Global PhilanthropicClick to read more >>
It was wonderful to have Jeff Buchanan from Global Philanthropic share his top items that community organisations need to be aware of when seeking philanthropic support.
Coalition of Community Boards at the CD Conference 2013Click to read more >>
The Coalition of Community Boards is excited to be presenting an engaging seminar as part of the Community Development QLD Conference 2013. Comprised of 3 sessions we shall explore collaboration, relationship building for fundraising, and seek to identify a key policy area to influence in 2014.
Update: Logan Community Group AllianceClick to read more >>
There has been so much going on and lots of exciting developments to share with other local collaborations. Firstly, our main process of focusing on building a strong local collaboration base in Logan, Loganlea and Kingston East has come together in the development of the Logan Community Group Alliance.
Sharing the journey – questions to think aboutClick to read more >>
When collaborations develop, it is hard to think about recording the process. With a big thanks to Lyndall and the Sunshine Coast Coalition of Community Boards the following template questions have been developed to help in this process.
Community Development Conference 2013 Program ReleasedClick to read more >>
The bi-annual Community Development Conference is this year being held in Deception Bay and the program is chocka block with 4 stellar events run over 3 days. The Coalition of Community Boards is excited to announce that we will be running an event on the Saturday 2nd November from 8.30am – 2pm.
Story of interest: Community sector sickened by managerial mindsetClick to read more >>
This article was written by Andrew Hamilton, consulting editor of Eureka Street, and first published here It was brought to our attention as it resonated with our whole case for small NFPs, vs large NFP, vs Privately run organisations, vs Government outsourcing services. Please take some time to read it, and leave your comments below. Around […]
Call out for Workshops! Community Development Conference 2013Click to read more >>
The 2013 CD Qld Community Development Conference is on its way! CALL FOR WORKSHOPS We are now calling out for Expressions of Interest for workshops from enthusastic and engaging practitioners of community development. Workshop proposals (1.5hrs) or community story segments (15minutes) that are linked to this years conference theme are needed.