19 June 2013
The Liberal National Coalition has told Federal Parliament that it will repeal the new definition of Charities Bill if it gains office at the September election.
The Benevolent Society has launched a $10 million Social Benefit Bond to fund an intensive family support service in the first bank-backed issue of a Social Benefit Bond in Australia.
Children living in disadvantaged communities are being deprived of sporting and cultural activities, according to new research.
A ground breaking Not for Profit report claims there is a lack of knowledge within the sector
and among victims about the problem of economic abuse particularly aimed at women.
A new set of guidelines and framework has been designed specifically for the Not for Profit sector to assist NFP Boards with good governance practice.
A Federal Government fund has been set up to attract philanthropic funding to assist schools in need.
Australia’s corporate regulator, ASIC, and the national charity regulator have formally agreed to collaborate to deliver streamlined regulation for registered charities that are also registered with ASIC as companies.
Melbourne social enterprise entrepreneur, Rebecca Scott has won a Harvard scholarship through her work as CEO and co-founder of hospitality training entity STREAT.
Emerging Indigenous Leaders in Victoria are encouraged to apply for the Australian Communities Foundation’s fellowship.
Not for Profit organisations have the opportunity to present topical questions or challenges for postgraduate students to solve during an innovation and entrepreneurship workshop.
The Equity Trustees Grant rounds opened this week with $160,000 worth of funding available for Not for Profit organisations.
An advisory group has been established to assist the Federal Government on improving indigenous mental health and suicide programs.
Nominations are open for the 2014 Australian of the Year Awards to celebrate individuals who contribute to the fabric of Australia.
Community and philanthropic organisations have joined forces to urge all members of Parliament to pass the Charities Bill 2013, which is set to re-enter the House of Representatives for debate this week.
This week we profile Catherine in Changemakers – a weekly column which examines inspiring people and their careers in the Not for Profit sector.