25 April 2014
More than 4000 charities across Australia have gone missing - failing to make contact with the charity regulator, the ACNC, since it began registering charities in December 2012.
Strict new guidelines for the use of charity bins have been introduced by in the ACT Government after more than a year of negotiations with local charities.
Not for Profit organisations need to develop a tight risk management plan when taking on celebrities to endorse a cause, says Swinburne University Senior Lecturer and philanthropy researcher Dr Elizabeth Branigan.
A policy discussion paper, by the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria, calls on the Federal and State Governments and the aged-care sector to strengthen their engagement with new and emerging communities.
Many global high net worth individuals describe the worldwide need for more philanthropic giving as ‘urgent’, according to the Individual Philanthropy Index from BNP Paribas Wealth Management.
Almost two thirds of Australian households (63 per cent) say they have been strapped for cash between pay days at some stage and one in three have used a credit card to tide them over, according to the latest findings of a national Household Financial Wellbeing Index.
A new headspace survey has found considerably higher rates of alcohol and other drug use among young people than previous national data - results the Not for Profit describes as startling.
Three VCE students in Victoria’s north west will have the chance to study at university without financial stress thanks to the Fielding Foundation.
Not for Profit Fulbright scholar Dr Tessa Boyd-Caine delivers an outsider's take on the visibility of charities in America in her latest blog.
Corporate Responsibility is of far greater interest in Australian company boardrooms than it was 10 years ago, the latest annual Corporate Responsibility Index has revealed.
Women are employed in fewer senior Corporate Social Responsibility roles than men and earn 23 per cent less than their male counterparts, according to a global study of CSR salaries.
A unique social enterprise is bringing Chinese Medicine to Australia’s marginalised, drawing on China’s success in using alternative therapies to treat its booming population.
The Australian Charities Fund’s (ACF) has launched its 2014 Workplace Giving Month campaign with the ambitious goal of engaging 12 million Australians.
The Hyundai Motor Company in Australia has announced four initial recipients of its recently established $1.5 million philanthropic program called Hyundai Help for Kids.
A new benchmark study shows a climb in socially responsible spending but a lack of
consumer knowledge is the biggest hurdle for continued growth of Social Enterprises.