Sponsored: Lali Wiratunga, from Westpac Social Sector Banking speaks with Jenna Moffat from Clickability, who was awarded a Social Change Fellowship, about becoming a champion for people living with a disability and attracting the support of investors and the community.
During May, a fairy tale story gripped fans around the world – a championship title win in the English Premier League to Leicester City, the little guys in the league. Andrea Bocelli, renowned Italian tenor, and long-time football follower was also swept up in the momentum …
The impact of Australia’s lack of affordable housing is far reaching, driving rental stress and homelessness. But, according to experts, the affordable housing solution may lie beyond the halls of parliament.
In the latest episode of Not for Podcast, special contributor Rachel Alembakis, founder and publisher of The Sustainability Report, partnered with Pro Bono Australia News to investigate the challenges and opportunities for developing affordable housing.
The current federal government established the Affordable Housing Working Group to investigate increasing the supply of affordable housing through …
Are you an emerging social entrepreneur who wants to change the world? Dimension5 is offering five social entrepreneurs the opportunity to become Dimension5 members as part of a 12-month scholarship valued at $10,000.
The scholarship includes the use of a free desk, high speed internet, printing facilities, access to a mentoring program, invitations to every Dimension5 event and networking opportunities.
Dimension5 is a new, creative co-working space that promotes “positive human collisions”, sparks innovation and entrepreneurship across technology, start-ups, business and social enterprises.
The Australian-American Fulbright Commission is calling for applications from emerging leaders in the Not for Profit sector to undertake a program of research and/or professional development in the U.S. with an approved charitable organisation.
Dr Tessa Boyd-Caine and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren following her keynote address at Netroots Nation 2014 in Detroit.
The Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Not for Profit Leadership enables exceptional individuals to collaborate with American colleagues for three to four months, developing enduring institutional links that contribute to Australian-U.S. binational relations.
Australian Not for Profits are continuing to push the agendas on meaningful social issues like unemployment and homelessness despite another election campaign week littered with trivial distractions, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in a series of articles leading up to 2 July.
In the election campaign so far this week the incumbent leader played to sentimentalist notions of single parenthood and rode the nth wave of feminism while the challenger petted a rat and sought …
Melbourne-based social enterprise STREAT has launched a crowdfunding campaign to finalise its new flagship site in a bid to help triple both its business operations and social impact.
STREAT CEO Rebecca Scott
STREAT is a Not for Profit social enterprise, co-founded by CEO Rebecca Scott and Kate Barrelle, that uses its hospitality businesses to provide the training locations and the funds to run its youth programs – all to stop youth homelessness and disadvantage.
The new site, Home STREAT Home, is a 1,200 square metre site …