Governance / Management
Collaboration and syndicated grant making are two topics front of mind for the chair of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation Daniel Leighton, as he explains in this month’s Evolving Chair.
The West Australian Government will pilot a new program to provide financial support to charities which implement measures to reduce illegal dumping at their premises.
The Federal Government has commitment more than $650 million to extend Australian Disability Enterprise (ADE) contracts for the next three years.
A social enterprise that tackles climate change, poverty and sustainable development, ClimateCare, has received certification as one of the UK’s Founding B Corporations.
It’s hard to get different sectors working together. There is often a power imbalance that leads to a one-sided conversation and an ensuing lack of enthusiasm from the other party, writes social impact analyst Emma Tomkinson.
Queensland-based disability support Not for Profit, Endeavour Foundation has merged with two Victorian amalgamated community service organisations in its latest move towards what it describes as long term sustainability.
Thousands of charities will be contacted by the national charity regulator after they made “significant” errors in their latest financial reports.
Doug Taylor has a passion for encouraging Not for Profit organisations to reach their full potential. Taylor is this week’s Changemaker. He spoke to Xavier Smerdon.
One of the greatest ways to contribute to the ongoing Green Movement is to transform the workplace, even a Not for Profit workplace, into a sustainable facility, writes workplace safety expert Tom Reddon.
Appointments to Boards are fiercely competitive and very rarely make it to the open market but there is a science and process to follow to help anyone who is seriously thinking of pursuing a Director’s role, writes executive recruiter, Ineke Read.
Just 10 years after it was founded to tackle a lack of research into a disease that affects more than 23,000 Australians, MS Research Australia has been recognised as the Charity of the Year.
Not for Profit boards require enhanced business, financial and investment skills to navigate the new challenges around the changing regulatory environment, according to independent assurance, tax and advisory firm, Grant Thornton which offers a checklist for financial competency.
Over 4,000 charities now have a “red-mark” against their name for failing to report to the national charity regulator, the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
Increasing interest by CEOs and NFP Boards around mergers and acquisitions begs the question “where do the advantages show up”? Social change strategist Suhit Anantula suggests how to avoid being on the biggest M&A disasters list.
Corporate democracy Not for Profit, the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR), says it will appeal a court decision disallowing a shareholder resolution to be put to the Commonwealth Bank’s Annual General Meeting.
The Not for Profit organisation established by AFL legend Jim Stynes and film director Paul Currie, The Reach Foundation, has revealed who will be taking over the reins as CEO.
Australia’s national charity regulator is turning to the public to help it contact over 300 missing Australian charities that are at risk of losing their status.
By all accounts some charities are still producing sub-standard financial reports but the regulations on reporting are about to change, writes Jeff Tulk, from specialist Not for Profit accounting firm Saward Dawson.
The proposed shake-up of the NDIS Board to only include people with who have worked at ASX50 companies is a major backflip on the underlying principles and values espoused in the lead up to the NDIS’s establishment, writes Professor Simon Darcy from the University of Technology Sydney in this article originally published in the Conversation.
Investor owned bank, bankmecu will change its name in August to Bank Australia, in a move the original credit union describes as a “purpose led” transformation.
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