Two of the world’s biggest philanthropists have predicted that the lives of people in poor countries will improve faster in the next 15 years than at any other time in history.
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 Business Partnership provides a unique opportunity to deliver them, writes Krystian Seibert, Policy & Research Manager with Philanthropy Australia.
A major national campaign targeted at young people with the goal of getting them to reveal their best ideas for building a better Australia has been launched.
The social sector ‘strategy’ is now receiving a makeover, thanks to storytelling techniques that are transforming routine reports into compelling content writes National Marketing Manager, Social Sector Banking at Westpac Lali Wiratunga who offers his top tips to help bring a Not for Profit’s mission to life.
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.
A new mobile app developed by Melbourne train operator Metro and disability Not for Profits called Stop Here makes travelling more accessible for vision and hearing impaired people.
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Corporate democracy Not for Profit, the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility is claiming victory in its campaign to force the big Australian banks to disclose how much carbon they finance.
Down a long hallway in a building in the heart of Melbourne is a store with a difference, writes Pro Bono Australia Journalist Xavier Smerdon.
As leaders we can learn a lot from world athletes, writes Lali Wiratunga, National Marketing Manager, Social Sector Banking at Westpac, who offers his thoughts on how Social Sector leaders can improve their own performance in 2015.
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.
Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are embracing new technologies, but significant barriers remain when it comes to participating fully in the digital economy and emerging social media culture, according to an e-book commissioned by the Telstra Foundation.
A retired school teacher has created a board game that she hopes will help bridge the gap between the Not for Profit and for-profit worlds.
The overall Australian Youth Mentoring of the Year 2014 award has gone to Alan McConachie, a youth mentor with the Standing Tall program in Hamilton, Victoria.
With house prices in Australia’s capital cities reaching record levels, a new satirical website has been launched to shed light on a serious housing crisis of a different sort.
It might be an unlikely match but dating app ‘Tinder’ is the new kid on the Not for Profit marketing block, reveals digital marketing expert Richenda Vermeulen.
Banking Not for Profit, Community Sector Banking, has launched a service which allows customers to give to a range of worthy causes via their every-day banking.
A new report suggests growing momentum in Australia around collaborative economy platforms that use technology to enable people to share and exchange a variety of goods and services.
One of Australia's largest property developers has priced the first green bond issued by an Australian corporate.
A new media and education initiative that blends research and creative disciplines, called The Mannequin Project, has been designed to engage mainstream Australia in the issue of body dissatisfaction, using entertainment and storytelling.
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