Despite being sold as the “fairness” budget, Not for Profit leaders have said that vulnerable Australians could be unfairly impacted by “harsh” measures.
Treasurer Scott Morrison made little mention of social services funding in the budget address on Tuesday night, so Pro Bono Australia News sought out sector experts who went over the fine-print in the budget papers.
In the latest episode of Not for Podcast, a broad cross-section of sector experts explain how the budget will impact Not for Profits.
Private ancillary funds are becoming an increasingly important source of financial support for Not for Profit organisations, writes Jeff Buchanan, senior fundraising consultant at AskRIGHT.
In this analysis he looks at compelling figures released by the ATO (2013/2014) about Private ancillary funds.
Private ancillary funds (PAFs) are gifting vehicles established by wealthy individuals and some businesses. They are becoming an increasingly important source of financial support that Not for Profit organisations cannot ignore. Indeed, although they are lag indicators, the figures released by the ATO are …
Exclusive remuneration data from Pro Bono Australia’s annual Salary Survey reveals that women leading Not for Profit organisations earn 87 cents for every dollar men earn – above the rate of the general female workforce.
In 2016 Pro Bono Australia partnered with business advisers and accountants HLB Mann Judd to deliver its fourth annual Salary Survey, which includes Australia’s most comprehensive chief executive officer remuneration data in the sector.
This year’s report specifically explored gender differences in pay and the impact of educational qualifications on …
Pro Bono Australia’s social impact has been valued at $6.5 million with a social return on investment of 11:1, according to an analysis by global professional services firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young).
As the largest online publisher in Australia empowering the social sector, close to one million Australians a year use Pro Bono Australia services.
“We are extremely proud that the EY modelling indicates that Pro Bono Australia creates substantial value for the NFP sector estimated to be approximately $6.5 million,” Pro Bono Australia’s founder …