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Winter Glow wraps up

31 Aug 2017

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The last of the Docklands Winter Glow talk series on August 22 saw social enterprises discuss the burgeoning non-profit industry in Melbourne.

The panel featured Jarrod Briffa of Kinfolk, which operates hospitality businesses, Kylie Wallace of YGAP, that is running its Polished Man Campaign to raise funds for children, and Nick Pearce of HoMie, a Fitzroy-based clothing store that helps homeless people.

Anchored by Triple R presenter Cameron Smith, the free talk at Library at The Dock explored Melbourne’s facilitative environment for social enterprises, the future of not-for-profits in Australia and how the organisations can engage with and gain trust from the community.

The City of Melbourne’s inaugural Docklands Winter Glow festival has successfully attracted visitors with its progressive dinners, workshops, talks and 3D art installations.

Statistics and outcome of the month-long festival are expected to be released soon.

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