Not for Profit Communications Advocacy group, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has launched its 2104 Grants Scheme worth a quarter of a million dollars.
It’s Dateline July 1 2021. Policy consultant and NFP leader, Moira Deslandes takes a look back at a list of the Top 10 decisions from the future that helped Not for Profits survive in 2014.
One of the world’s leading public sector reform gurus arrives in Australia at the weekend and his mind’s on revolution and major changes in the role of the Not for Profit sector. Journalist Sue Vittori speaks with Bill Eggers from his home in Arlington, Virginia, before he heads Down Under.
A new tool to help smaller charities and faith-based organisations decide on their asset allocation when investing has been produced by an ethical funds manager.
Pro Bono Australia has launched an innovative subscriber model delivering online education for the Not for Profit sector in 2014 including a series of high-powered executive webinars.
Social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham unpack the issues around ‘backbone organisations’ for early-stage Collective Impact initiatives.
Innovation for social change has become a competitive arena - and it’s reaping rewards, writes Nadia Boyce.
Global investment banking firm Goldman Sachs has launched a $250 million social impact fund - one of the first US impact investing vehicles to be sponsored by a major financial institution.
A NSW Woolgrowing family has has made a short film charting the extensive work being undertaken by Not for Profits tackling homelessness in Sydney as part of a ‘wool blanket’ donation program.
A national summit of young Australian philanthropists has been told that a superannuation fund could be the solution to solving some of the world's systemic social challenges.
Sustainable Business Australia (SBA) and Environment Victoria (EV) have announced a collaboration of progressive business leaders, from key industry sectors, called ‘The Future Economy Group’, to promote the importance of a healthy environment to the future of business.
A new “unique housing model” is set to give young people living in nursing homes another option for independent living.
Two already recognisable Not for Profit health organisations, Uniting Aged Care and HCF, have recently taken on the big task of refreshing their brands in a bid to refocus their connection to consumers.
In this week’s Spotlight on Social Enterprise, Nadia Boyce investigates a trendy new social enterprise spruiking pyjamas to support those sleeping rough on our streets.
A new impact investing education and tracking platform aims to bring the fledgling movement to the global masses.
Australian social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham speak with Liz Weaver, Vice President of the Tamarack Institute in Canada, to discuss the challenges and lessons learned from the successful scaling of a poverty reduction project using a Collective Impact approach.
Data solutions expert Greg Were responds to last edition’s Impact Opinion with a discussion of the difficulties in capturing data to measure Collective Impact projects.
A nationwide festival promoting social innovation is set to provide corporates with a chance to demonstrate their Corporate Social Responsibility and social impact credentials.
Research into Australia-relevant online and mobile applications (apps) to assist people with disability has found a glaring gap in the local market for apps that profile the accessibility of businesses.
Addressing youth homelessness, education projects in developing countries and socially inclusive dance classes for the disabled are just some of the projects being led by the 18 young Australians who have been accepted into the 2013 Young Social Pioneers (YSP) program.
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