Sponsorship expert Abby Clemence asks if your Not for Profit is ready to engage corporate sponsors in 2015 and offers her top tips for planning your new year sponsorship approach.
There are some simple and inexpensive policy changes which can help grow impact investing in Australia, and the re-establishment of the Prime Minister's Community Partnership provides a unique opportunity to deliver them, writes Krystian Seibert
Australian sporting legend and cancer campaigner, Glenn McGrath, has turned to online gaming to raise money for his charity.
The Australian man behind one of the biggest charity campaigns ever has called on Not for Profits to start making better connections with advertising and marketing agencies.
Former Australian Disability Discrimination Commissioner and now Chair of the Attitude Foundation, Graeme Innes, is heading up an online crowdsourcing campaign to fund a documentary series around positive disability stories.
A story that has circulated widely throughout the internet claiming some of the biggest charities in the world were reducing their “efficiency” by paying multi-million dollar salaries to their CEOs has been proven to be false.
Some 14 charities across Australia will share in $350,000 worth of funding to support a range of grassroots health programs aimed at young people and carers as part of nib foundation’s sixth annual Community Grants Program.
Customer-owned financial institution, Beyond Bank Australia, has launched a Bushfire Appeal to raise funds for residents of South Australia devastated by the fires.
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A two day forum exploring payment-by-outcome projects, focusing on the social causes of re-offending in Queensland, delivered some challenging but innovative approaches to addressing them, writes Sandy Blackburn-Wright, Managing Director of Social Outcomes.
An Australian charity has capitalised on the hipster trend of growing beards, making international news for their Christmas “Beard Baubles” fundraising campaign.
Six powerful Australian charities have united to protect the future of face to face fundraising, or “chugging”, as it is controversially known.
Fundraising peak body Fundraising Institute Australia has re-vamped its annual Young Fundraiser award to try to address issues of high turnover of fundraising staff and a lack of ongoing training.
Time is running out to save on tickets to the Fundraising Institute Australia (FIA) 38th international fundraising conference, held in Brisbane in February 2015.
An inaugural global survey of conservation impact investing has revealed a fast-growing market totaling approximately $US23 billion over a five-year period.
With many charities ramping up their fundraising campaigns over Christmas, an Australian crowdfunding platform has introduced a new way for organisations to tap into the giving spirit.
If you are stuck on the funding treadmill but thinking beyond it, one of Australia’s longest standing social ventures might just be on your wavelength. But pioneering new funding channels may require Australia’s NFPs to dip into their own pockets first says entrepreneurial sector stalwart, Peter Quarmby, Executive Director of Community 21.
One of Australia’s first Not for Profit crowdfunding platforms, mycause, says it has delivered the biggest crowdfunding campaign for a personal cause in Australia.
Australia has climbed to sixth place in a global report measuring generosity around the world after New Zealand.
Young single women who are religiously unaffiliated – the “Nones” – give roughly two times more to charitable organisations than women who are affiliated but infrequently attend religious services, according to new US research.
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