29 May 2015
Not for Profits are needlessly rebelling against a growing demand from funders for impact and outcomes, rather than mere outputs, a Harvard Professor has told a Melbourne leadership conference.
Those working in Australia's detention centres, including Not for Profits, are now forbidden under threat of jail time from revealing information to anyone about anything they come across while doing their jobs, according to the Australian Lawyers Alliance.
Two thirds of Australian teachers are seeing children come to school hungry, and more than a quarter are reporting the problem is getting worse, according to new research from one of the country’s largest food relief organisations, Foodbank Australia.
AFL Premiership club, Hawthorn has received a donation of $1 million over five years for the club’s Indigenous program from the founders of the Epic Good Foundation, Stuart Giles and Cathie Reid.
The Federal Government has introduced legislation to create the controversial $20 billion Medical Research Future Fund – described by Treasurer Joe Hockey as the biggest endowment fund of its kind in the world.
Australian Not for Profits have lost more than $880 million in interest income since 2011, according to a new discussion paper which warns the sector, and in particular NFP Boards, to rethink their money management.
There’s an unpopular truth in the Not for Profit sector that activists don’t like to talk about. That truth is, that no matter what that report is about, or how much work went into producing it, people aren’t going to read it.
Raising more money, both online and offline, is a key topic at the Connecting Up Conference in South Australia this week with US Not for Profit management expert, Darian Rodriguez Heyman offering his top tips for better fundraising.
Westpac is about to launch its inaugural Social Change Fellowship, a program for talented and inspirational Australians who have the drive to tackle some of the tough social issues facing the nation.
A new study has found that almost half of all people released from prison systems in Australia in the past six months are homeless.
It’s important that grantmakers respond to the Inquiry into the Register of Environmental Organisations to save advocacy rights in Australia, writes Esther Abram, from the Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network
The appetite for professional advice on charitable giving is growing and the advice translates to increased giving, according to a report released today by the Charities Aid Foundation.
Marginalised Australians are surviving on as little as $18 a day, according to figures released in a new report by The Salvation Army.
The UK CEO of social enterprise giant The Big Issue has warned delegates to a Melbourne disability employment conference to be wary of the personalised care model to be introduced under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.