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Over the past twenty three years of professional fundraising, Craige has developed skills and assisted not-for-profit clients in running successful capital campaigns. Those campaigns have now raised more than $450m for his clients and their vital humanitarian causes. He has acquired an extensive knowledge of Australia and New Zealand’s not-for-profit community, having been involved in campaigns with clients in most states and regions. This breadth of experience has helped make Craige a sought after presenter at professional conferences and seminars in Australia, New Zealand and in Africa. He is a Faculty member of Madison Down Under, Australia’s premier fundraising forum where he lectures in the five day intensive course on Major and Capital Gift Programs. Craige is co-author of the Wheel of Philanthropy, a unique tool for diagnosing major gift asking opportunities, as well as numerous professional articles on big gifts fundraising. His clients have included NPO’s as diverse as The Salvation Army and The Wilderness Society, as well as numerous health charities, medical research institutes and social service organisations.
His sector expertise includes
• Big gift prospect identification
• Asking big donors for a gift
• Campaign advocate enlistment
• Training of campaign personnel in how to ask for a big gift, and
• Profiling big gift prospects to understand their prospect pond.
He is married, has two adult children and a wine cellar. His voluntary commitments include regular Justice of the Peace activities, an active lay leader in his Anglican church, an Executive Member of Fundraising Institute of Australia’s Qld Chapter and annual trips to South Sudan where he is involved in rebuilding a war-damaged college.
Mary Macuga, CFRE serves as the Director of Resource Development for the Archdiocese of Brisbane, overseeing the Catholic Foundation and Archdiocesan Communications. She came from the United States to Brisbane in April 2014. Previously, Mary has served as the Director of Development for the Catholic Community Foundation in Phoenix, Arizona as well as serving as a consultant for Petrus Development working with Catholic organizations throughout the United States. Mary’s nineteen years of experience in nonprofit fundraising includes expertise in annual funds, major gifts, bequest promotion, capital campaigns and endowment building. Her career has involved numerous fundraising campaigns centered on the involvement of staff, volunteers and donors. She is committed to strengthening the financial sustainability of churches, schools and Catholic charities. Mary is a Certified Fundraising Executive and holds a Masters in Philanthropy and Development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota
For almost 30 years Margaret Scott has been a fundraising leader. She is a past National Chairman of FIA, a Fellow of FIA and has maintained CFRE status since 2002. In 2014 she was awarded the Arthur Venn Fundraiser of the Year and has been a tutor with FIA’s Diploma course since its inception. Margaret has completed two postgraduate degrees majoring in fundraising from QUT and considers herself to be a ‘lifelong learner’. The mantra of her Fundraising Consultancy is Encouraging Philanthropy and Managing Fundraising. Margaret assists organisations to do better at fundraising. She has now joined the academic staff at QUT and lectures in Fundraising Principles and Techniques.