Top treasurers’ tips for turbulent times

Not for Profit Finance Week winners strip
Top treasurers: Lilliana Almeida from the Portuguese Australian Women's Association, Harry Edwards of The Sanctuary - The Hills Women's Shelter, Catherine Pazvakavambwa from RTR-FM community radio, and Paul Ruberry of the Graceville State School Parents and Citizens Association.

Australia’s best community treasurers come from a range of not-for-profits and every corner of the map, but all are committed to good budgeting, time-saving tech, and the adaptability needed to ride out the uncertainty caused by the global pandemic.

The winners have been revealed during Not-for-Profit Finance Week 2021, where the program includes a series of free webinars designed to help groups manage their funds.

Our Community spoke with the four winners of the 2021 Commonwealth Bank Not-for-profit Treasurers’ Awards to glean the lessons they had to share with the nation’s 600,000 not-for-profits for this 5000-word guide.

The 2021 winners are:

Liliana Almeida (Community services and advocacy)
Portuguese Australian Women’s Association, Melbourne

Harry Edwards (Housing and homelessness)
The Sanctuary – The Hills Women’s Shelter, Sydney

Catherine Pazvakavambwa (Sports, arts, and culture)
RTR-FM community radio, Perth

Paul Ruberry (Education)
Graceville State School Parents and Citizens Association, Brisbane

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