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.
Social media giant Facebook has continued its push to become the go to place for raising money and tackling social issues, launching dedicated pages, where Not for Profits can raise money for specific campaigns.
A mobile application to encourage daily activity through workplace charitable donations has launched with the support of VicHealth.
World Vision Australia will cut 89 jobs and overhaul its fundraising and administration operations in a bid to survive a weak Australian dollar and changing aid market.
As the consumer affairs watchdog investigates claims of accounting and reporting irregularities
at the high profile charity foundation set up by cricketing great, Shane Warne, the organisation’s website has gone offline.
Australian television and radio celebrity, Carrie Bickmore, has launched a charity with the initial aim of raising $1 million to find a cure for brain cancer.
Leanne Warner spends her days working to ensure that sick children across NSW and their families receive the care they need. Warner is this week’s Changemaker.
Strategic Grants Director, Jo Garner, shares her experience as a first timer at the much revered International Fundraising Congress hosted by the Resource Alliance.
Eight social enterprises are collectively attempting to raise $200,000 through a Dreamstarter crowdfunding initiative.
Sporting legend Steve Waugh has warned other high-profile Australians that setting up a charity or foundation is harder than it looks and not to enter the process lightly.
The amount of money that Australians gave to charity is growing but the rate that it is growing at has slowed down, according to the latest figures.
Scammers pretending to be from one of Australia’s largest charities have been targeting people in Western Australia, asking them for donations.
Marketing and communications company, Salmat, and Zoo Republic have launched an integrated campaign to raise awareness and drive donations for The Fred Hollows Foundation, an organisation focused on treating and preventing blindness in 25 countries around the world.
Income levels from face-to-face fundraising tends to grow during a recession, even in Australia, delegates at the International Fundraising Congress in Holland have been told.
How can we make Australia a fairer nation and curb curb poverty and discrimination? Three small, yet highly effective organisations will tackle these tough questions at an upcoming pitching event in Melbourne hosted by The Funding Network Australia (TFN).
One of the world’s largest cancer charities, Cancer Research UK has launched what it describes as the biggest and most ambitious cancer grants in the world aimed at overcoming the barriers to beating cancer.
Business leaders and philanthropists have taken to a new national crowdfunding campaign to lobby for better health services and support, according to newly established Not for Profit, Australians for Mental Health.
The UK Government has begun a crackdown on unethical charity fundraising and established a controversial new watchdog with regulatory “bite”.
After working on opposing teams in the corporate world, some of Australia’s biggest names in investment banking have joined forces to raise money for an international charity.
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