World Vision Australia and MS Queensland are leading the way in Not for Profit transparency after taking out the top awards at the PwC Transparency Awards.
A collaboration of homeless support organisations based in Melbourne has formed a permanent registry of the homeless people who have died while living rough.
Nominations are open for the 2014 HESTA Community Sector Awards, which recognise individuals and organisations in the community sector that have made an exceptional contribution to social justice in Australia.
Disability campaigner Bruce Bonyhady has been awarded an honorary doctorate - the highest honour from the University of Melbourne.
With a theme of “redefining the social sector”, the Givewell Forum for Purpose will take place across Australia this March and April, to reveal how organisations can think outside the traditional boundaries of ‘Not for Profit’ and draw on innovations from across society.
GOOD PITCH AUSTRALIA - the international forum for social impact documentaries - will hold its first information session in Melbourne on Thursday night, March 13.
The head of a global collective of sustainable banks has called on financial institutions to demonstrate bravery by pursuing the triple bottom line.
Nominations are open for Suicide Prevention Australia’s LiFE Awards, which recognises excellence in suicide prevention.
Indigenous leader Rachelle Towart has been named as the top emerging leader in the Not for Profit sector at the recent 2014 NAB Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards.
Australia’s Top 5 charities, based on fundraising income, have been revealed at the Fundraising Institute Australia’s annual conference in Melbourne - and they include an unexpected quiet achiever.
The Fundraising Institute Australia (FIA) has announced plans for a major social media campaign aimed at changing how Australians think about charitable giving.
The problem with collaborative efforts is that organisations enter into them with some kind of belief in magic and then face the inevitable disappointment, a national conference on Collective Impact has been told.
Housing experts meeting at a national housing affordability roundtable in Melbourne today will discuss an equity co-op proposal to significantly reduce housing market entry costs and will establish a taskforce to bring the proposal forward.
In an Australian first, award winning recording artist, Christine Anu is set to produce a one-of-a-kind music track from the rhythm of Australians’ heartbeats to raise awareness and funds for heart research.
Representatives from the Australian Red Cross will join discussions examining the humanitarian impact of detonating nuclear weapons at a global conference in Mexico later this week.
Time is running out to book tickets to the Fundraising Institute Australia’s (FIA) 37th international fundraising conference, held in Melbourne in just two weeks.
Australians aged between 18 and 30 are encouraged to apply for the chance to represent their country at this year’s high profile Y20 youth summit in Sydney from July 12-15.
Australian Charities Fund’s Deputy Chairman and Founding CEO, Greg Hutchinson, received a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2014 Australia Day Honours Awards.
Nominations are open for the 2014 Victorian Disability Sector Awards - which recognise and honour individuals, businesses and organisations that are making a difference to the lives of Victorians with disability.
A former Bhutan refugee has been named the inaugural New Australian of the Year.
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