Andrew Sabatino has a lot of achievements to hang his hat on. The fundraising and Not for Profit marketing expert has helped Guide Dogs be consistently recognised as the most trusted charity in Australia. Sabatino is this week’s Changemaker. He spoke to Xavier Smerdon.
A campaign to have iconic Australian doctor and aid worker, Fred Hollows, featured on the $5 note has been supported by more than 20,000 people.
Crowdfunding platform Chuffed.org has announced its transition from a Not for Profit to a “social benefit company”, which the organisation has called a new structure for social enterprise in Australia.
The charity that looked likely to lose $200,000 in the collapse of tech giant, Dick Smith Holdings, has been rescued by another company.
A new Australian crowdfunding platform allows individual donors or philanthropic organisations to give directly to medical research and fund projects that have previously missed out on grants.
Australia’s oldest and largest service provider in the field of epilepsy has been left with a funding gap of $200,000 following the voluntary administration and receivership of Dick Smith Holdings Limited.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has given an impassioned speech about the need for Australians to give to charity.
The Indonesian Government has intercepted more than $500,000 in charitable donations that were raised in Australia and allegedly transferred to Jakarta with the intention of training terrorists.
Charity Christmas albums are as much a staple of the festive season as eating too much and taking part in awkward conversations with relatives you only see once a year.
The former head of the Big Lottery Fund, Stephen Dunmore, has been appointed as the interim CEO of the UK’s new Fundraising Regulator.
US companies are demanding more evidence that their charitable resources help fuel their strategic social responsibility objectives, according to an annual snapshot of workplace giving trends and corporate employee engagement.
A team of young philanthropists has taken a leaf out of iconic Melbourne philanthropist Sidney Myer’s giving history and will open the doors of the Arts Centre in Melbourne to up to 1,200 homeless people to share a traditional meal on Christmas Day.
Last month 27-year-old Oliver Woolrych arrived back home in Australia after running the length of Central America, 5,874 kilometres, for charity. Woolrych is this week’s Changemaker. He spoke to Xavier Smerdon.
West Australians have been rated as the highest charitable donors in the country in a climate where the proportion of Aussies making charitable donations has slumped, but the average annual amount each person gives has risen, new research has found.
The UK charity regulator has issued a warning that charity trustees must take responsibility for fundraising in their organisations.
The EJ Whitten Foundation has parted ways with the organiser of the popular AFL celebrity charity match following a dispute over finances.
Would you pay up to $100,000 dollars for a five minute conversation with your favourite celebrity or business idol? Two Australian friends are hoping to cash in on the chance that you are, and they claim charities will be the big winners.
A massive public and political campaign to save a custody program within the Aboriginal Legal Service has seen the Federal Government deliver a three year funding agreement.
Cricket legend Shane Warne has taken to Facebook to hit back at claims his Foundation is being investigated by Consumer Affairs Victoria over accounting issues.
The role of advocacy, sector collaboration and improving the method of government funding agreements are the top priorities for Australia’s Not for Profit sector, according to the 2015 national survey by Pro Bono Australia.
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