PARTNERSHIPSGIBS Business School, 26 Melville Road, Illovo, Johannesburg, Thursday 31 May 2018
The Gauteng Collaboration Dialogue committee cordially invites all for-purpose sector leaders, decision-makers and professionals to join us at our next meeting on the 31st of May 2018.
Following the successful meetings we’ve held in the past, the committee has decided to continue with the collaboration dialogues. The committee sees that there is a clear and unique need for information sharing sessions, which was further expressed through the feedback received from the delegate surveys conducted in 2016. Since their launch in 2012, the collaboration dialogues have continued to provide a platform which facilitates for the learning and sharing across our ‘for purpose’ sector. The committee has opted to introduce a fee for the Gauteng chapter of the meetings to cover operating costs. This minimal fee, will go toward ensuring that we reduce any limitations that we previously had and that we improve the registration and the overall experience for all attendees.
CEO of Refilwe
Jay Strydom is the CEO of Refilwe Community Project that was founded in 1991 as a community development initiative. They seek to provide the best possible care to children in order to break the cycle of poverty while empowering the parents and other individuals to become sustainable spiritually, socially, emotionally as well as materially. From 1991 to 2005 they established a primary health care clinic which incorporates home based care, tuberculosis management programmes, a hospice, a school and a shelter for abandoned children.
CEO of CHOC
Carl Queiros has been the CEO of CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation since August 2014. Through his leadership and the efforts of the committed CHOC team – both staff and volunteers – CHOC has continued to grow, increased its financial sustainability and has expanded its vital services. Carl is a skilled professional who has been in the humanitarian / development sector for over 20 years. His experience has been in programme design and development, fundraising as well as general management. More recently his work (through Living Hope and CHOC) has focused on the health sector, including supporting those with HIV AIDS and cancer.
Date & Time
Refreshments & Snacks Included
26 Melville Road
AudienceLeaders of Not-for-profits, For-purpose organisations, Social Enterprises,
CSI Managers and Organisations incl. Board Members,
Executives, Funders and Fundraisers
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