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Social Good Summit Australia at home

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Due to ongoing COVID restrictions in Sydney, the in-person Summit scheduled for September 18, 2021 has been postponed until March 2022. 

However, we will be holding a virtual mini-Summit on Thursday August 26, 2021 to satiate your Social Good hunger. This is a free event but we appreciate a small donation to help with operating costs. 

Register today and we will soon send details of how to join us online on the 26th.

We have just announced the first two speakers for this Summit at Home:

Reuben Casey - CEO of Kathmandu

Reuben Casey was appointed CEO of the Outdoor Division of the Kathmandu Group (global responsibility for Kathmandu and Oboz brands) in October 2019 following the Group's acquisition of Rip Curl.
Prior to this Reuben had been the Group COO and Group CFO after joining Kathmandu in 2010 as Group Financial Controller.

Kathmandu has been using sustainable practices for over 30 years and under three pillars of; worker wellbeing; responsible materials; and environmental impact. Kathmandu has had a positive impact on the planet, its employees and communities.

Renee Carter - CEO of Adopt Change

Renee Carter is the CEO of Adopt Change, which also operates the program My Forever Family NSW. Adopt Change believes that every child has the right to grow up in a safe, nurturing and permanent family home, and that all families need the appropriate supports for children to thrive.

About the Social Good Summit Australia 2021

The Social Good Summit Australia (SGSA) is a platform that connects corporations, non-profits, government, universities, industry bodies, social enterprises and grassroots organisers to discuss solutions to the greatest challenges of our time.

The SGSA brings people like you together to discuss ideas, share stories and inspire everyone to actively make the world a better place. 

This year’s Summit theme RECONNECT. RETHINK. RESTART will focus on the task ahead of us to fulfil the promise of the Global Goals in creating a better world by 2030.

Over the last six years, the SGSA has inspired many individuals to get involved, get connected and take action. 

The SGSA is part of a global network of committed citizens from more than 100 countries that meet every year to unlock the potential of individuals, technology and collaboration to make the world a better place.

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