Future2 invites applications for 2015 grants
Future2 Make the Difference! grants are now open to applications from community not-for-profits working with disadvantaged young Australians. Financial planners are encouraged to spread the word about Future2 grants among local organisations that may be eligible to apply for funding. The closing date for applications is 31 July.
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– your dream come true?
Climbing the world’s highest freestanding mountain is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and it could be yours! Future2 has joined with professional fundraiser Inspired Adventures to offer this unforgettable trip in February 2016. We’re aiming for a group of 20 intrepid adventurers to join us and raise at least $4,000 each to help fund Future2 grants and give a brighter future to disadvantaged young Australians.
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Future2 Wheel Classic 2015
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The sixth annual Future2 Wheel Classic has set another challenge for financial planners and their friends: a 1,080 km cycle ride from Manly, on Sydney’s northern beaches, to Brisbane, 10-18 November. Future2’s headline fundraising event has raised over $500,000 in five years. Join us to raise another $100,000 and help kids who are in need and at risk.
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'A watershed year'
Future2 Chair Steve Helmich believes that the decision to seek closer ties with the Financial Planning Association has been vindicated and is reaping real rewards. FPA members are now more engaged with their charitable foundation, he says in the Future2 Annual Review.
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Hearts and Heroes - on film
Through Future2 you can help us make a lasting difference in the lives of those disadvantaged young Australians who need our help. Watch our short films, and you'll see the living proof!
Future2 Make the Difference! grants are now open to applications from community not-for-profits working with disadvantaged young Australians. The grant commitment has been increased by over 60% this year, up from $70,000 in 2014.
Armidale-based BackTrack Youth Works' Michelle Rottcher with young participants Ellie Frizell and Sophie Leggatt were in Tamworth Thursday 12 February to receive a $30,000 grant from Future2.
Future2's flagship fundraiser, the Future2 Wheel Classic, will take a 1,080 km route from Sydney to Brisbane between 10 and 18 November. The city-to-city cycling event, now in its sixth year, will arrive in Brisbane for the opening of the Financial Planning Association (FPA) Professionals Congress.
Explore our Giving Hub
A new Future2 GIVING HUB is designed to make online giving and fundraising simple and fun. The hub is a network of microsites that make it easy to create a fundraising events, raise funds to mark special occasions, create or support professional event fundraising, or participate in a challenge event.
The Hub builds on the existing Future2 fundraising site hosted by Everyday Hero, which has provided a successful platform for online donations and registrations for fundraising events, including the annual Future2 Wheel Classic.