It starts with one person. In Melbourne our one became 10 and now 30. 30 Melbourne partners pooling their funds and their skills so that four fledgling, innovative non-profits serving the training and education needs of disadvantaged and marginalised children and young people are put on a sustainable growth path. We are building their capacity to increase their outreach and impact – on the thousands of Victorian children, young people and their families they help and on our local communities.
That’s SVP Melbourne. A global network of local partners aligning passion and purpose. We don’t just write cheques, we share the intellectual powerhouse that is our partner base and open up our networks.
Executive Director Daryl Brooke
I’m delighted to welcome Daryl to SVP Melbourne. Over the coming events you all have the opportunity to meet him and discuss what we all love about our partnership. I’d like to let Daryl introduce himself so here is what he said to us applying for the ED position:
“In over 13 years as a business coach and consultant, I have audited, assessed, advised and guided many business owners, boards and community committees of management. Mostly regarding their future business model and goals and how to be the organisation that will achieve these goals. I use several proven business tools and facilitated programs to do this work and rely heavily upon my ability to build strong relationships and respect backed by a confidence in my methods and skills.
As a volunteer, I link deep into my community working on several committees for business associations, environmental sustainability, community events and local government. As a Bendigo Bank Community Bank® volunteer director I work with our community owned company and several communities regarding the financial sustainability of their community.
Below are a few examples of my achievements and experience:
October 24 @ 6:30 PM