FIA Scholarships are funded by the FIA Foundation
The FIA Foundation's primary focus is the advancement and development of training and professional education of fundraisers. FIA invites you to support this goal. The FIA Foundation has DGR status.
Its primary purpose is to:
- advance and develop training and education opportunities for fundraisers
- develop the Library Resource Centre
- promote research into the fundraising industry and
- develop a career pathway through professional development.
To support the foundation please click here.
The FIA Foundation awards scholarships for attendance at FIA’s professional development events and courses.
Scholarships are open to members of FIA who have a current full individual membership or to the nominated representative of an organisational membership.
FIA Conference National Scholarship
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Aimed at improving fundraising skills in small charities.
The FIA Conference National Scholarship provides an opportunity for FIA members to attend the conference when they would otherwise not have the opportunity, due to financial means. The scholarship was introduced in 2016 to help support and improve fundraising skills in small charities and not-for-profits within Australia.
The scholarship covers the cost of a full FIA Conference member registration (valued at $1,345). Flights and accommodation are not included.
Applications closed 31 January 2018.
The Joan and Ted Flack Scholarship
This scholarship honours the incredible contribution of both Joan and Ted Flack to fundraising and to FIA. Providing the opportunity for one FIA QLD Member to attend the 2018 FIA Conference when they would not have had the opportunity otherwise. Aimed at supporting early career fundraisers, with less than five years experience in the industry, this scholarship provides the recipient the chance to grow their knowledge and level of fundraising practice; provide encouragement to them to pursue a career in the field; and deliver benefits to their non-profit organisation and through them the wider community.
The scholarship covers the cost of a Conference Only* registration (valued at $1,345). Flights and accommodation are not included.
The Arthur Venn Fundraising Leadership Scholarship pays tribute to one of the founders and teachers of fundraising in Australia. Click here for more information.
In 2016, the John Allen Scholarship was introduced for scholars from Victoria.
To support the scholarship, please click here.
The FIA Certificate in Fundraising Scholarship
The FIA Certificate in Fundraising Scholarship is available for one FIA member per state per year to complete the Certificate in Fundraising in their state.
- Kylie Kingston AMFIA
- Will Kirsop MFIA
- Stephanie Byrne MFIA