Preliminary findings from Australia’s first study into Creating Shared Value (CSV) have been released at the CSV Forum in Melbourne.
A lack of investment readiness is hindering growth in financing and investment access for Australian social enterprises, presentations at a Sydney conference have revealed.
The state of philanthropy in Australia was brought to the table as the nation's wealthiest and brightest minds in philanthropy and social enterprise came together in Sydney for the first Nexus Australian Youth Summit.
Multichannel marketing, mobile donations and impact investment are proving a success for European Not for Profits, writes World Vision Australia Digital Channels Manager Stephen Ellis from the International Fundraising Congress in the Netherlands.
An Australia-wide search has begun for a national Not for Profit organisation or group with the capacity and resources to take responsibility for national Neighbour Day - set up by the 2012 NSW Volunteer of the Year, Andrew Heslop.
Leading Australian health Not for Profits will hold a gathering of experts and community organisations in Melbourne to discuss Australia’s increasing sugary drink consumption.
The scope and definition of ‘volunteering’ was hotly debated in a panel discussion during the final day of the National Conference on Volunteering in Adelaide.
The outspoken CEO of the UK’s Directory of Social Change has urged the Australian Not for Profit sector to avoid the mistakes of charities in the UK at the National Conference on Volunteering in Adelaide.
Corporate Australia has an opportunity to be more active citizens in the Asian Century and discuss the future potential at the upcoming Corporate Community Impact Summit, 3 October 2013, Sydney says the CEO of United Way Australia Doug Taylor.
Australia’s disability human rights record to be scrutinised for the first time under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Burns surgeon and founder of the Fiona Wood Foundation, Dr Fiona Wood has been named as the West Australian social entrepreneur of the year in the 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year awards in Perth.
A 16-year-old Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, who risked her life in the fight for access to education for girls all over the world is to be presented with the International Children’s Peace Prize for 2013.
How much does the push for transparency encourage or discourage giving in the community
and does concern for privacy discourage smart strategic philanthropy, a recent Melbourne forum asked.
Banking giant Westpac has launched a Community Leaders Awards campaign to recognise leaders in the Not for Profit sector.
An innovative presentation model to simultaneously brief Melbourne and Sydney participants about the ‘new economy’ will be used at an upcoming conference - with a special discount for Pro Bono Australia readers.
The founder of a Cancer Foundation is among six South Australian entrepreneurs to receive top accolades from the 2013 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Central Region awards ceremony in Adelaide over night.
Toyota Motor Corporation Public Affairs Manager Katarina Persic shared insights into how the car giant develops partnerships and makes decisions when it comes to community and social responsibility.
Corporate entities are on the search for a 'sweet spot' where the interests of the corporate and the community partner can align, a Sydney conference has been told.
Businesses demonstrating excellence in innovation, sustainability and community contribution were recognised at the 2013 Australian Business awards last week.
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