22 December 2014
A Government report has admitted that there is still confusion about Federal plans to replace the national charity regulator.
New Social Services Minister Scott Morrison has vowed to make getting people off welfare and into paid employment one of his top goals.
At 66-years-old, social campaigner Les Twentyman is showing no signs of slowing down. Twentyman is this week’s Changemaker. He met with Xavier Smerdon.
A recruitment and employment industry peak body has joined services with the Salvation Army Employment Plus in a bid to create more job opportunities for Australians.
Thousands of more Australians will find themselves without a job next year, according to Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey.
Victorian-based Housing and homelessness provider, HomeGround Services has joined forces with online property group, realestate.com.au to establish a national rehousing program.
The Federal Government has withheld the release of an independent report recommending plans for a new Civil Society National Centre for Excellence despite receiving final recommendations on a preferred model months ago.
2014 has been a transformative year for the Not for Profit sector and Pro Bono Australia. In her last blog for the year, Founder Karen Mahlab takes a look at the many highs and some of the “learnings” in the Pro Bono Australia journey.
Christmas is one of the most important periods in the NFP calendar as holiday campaigns often raise the most money. In the age of digital, NFP organisations must think outside the box. Digital marketing expert Richenda Vermeulen takes a look at which Christmas campaigns are making waves.
Governments in News South Wales and Victoria have been urged to continue funding disability services in their regions in tandem with the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
It was a very big news year for the Australian Not for Profit sector and as 2014 comes to a close, Pro Bono Australia looks back at the year that was and what made the biggest impact on the Not for Profit sector.
Former Labor Prime Minister Julia Gillard is to join the Board of national mental health Not for Profit beyondblue, which was founded by former Victorian Liberal Premier Jeff Kennett.
What do Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Arianna Huffington and Ashton Kutcher have in common?
The integration of diverse skills and functions to bring about community diversity has been one of the big challenges facing Dr Colin Benjamin the Chair of arts Not for Profit Cultural Infusion. He discusses the issues in this latest Evolving Chair series.
As leaders we can learn a lot from world athletes, writes Lali Wiratunga, National Marketing Manager, Social Sector Banking at Westpac, who offers his thoughts on how Social Sector leaders can improve their own performance in 2015.