Christian organisation Catch The Fire Ministries, led by controversial preacher Daniel Nalliah, has had its charitable status revoked allegedly for “speaking on political issues”.
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) announced the revocation on Tuesday, following a compliance investigation into the Victorian-based organisation’s activities and operations.
The regulator is prevented from disclosing the reason for its decision, due to secrecy provisions in the ACNC Act, but Pastor Nalliah told Pro Bono News it related to the organisation’s political views.
Career fundraisers understand the importance of “The Ask” and Dr Steve Francis, managing director of FrontStream wants to make sure you support your supporters so they can too. Here are his top tips.
Peer-to-peer fundraising (World’s Greatest Shave is a good example) is a huge income generator for so many not-for-profit organisations and it benefits from the networks of highly motivated supporters. It is a very social form of fundraising, engaging individuals, families, workplaces and teams. So, in peer-to-peer campaigns supporters need to ask …
Jo Briskey is the executive director of The Parenthood a not-for-profit movement of Australian parents and carers, working to gain positive policy changes through lobbying government and business. She is this week’s Changemaker.
The Parenthood represents thousands of mums, dads, grandparents and primary carers who want a voice in the issues that matter most to parents particularly relating to education, health and the support of good parenting.
Having trained as an educational developmental psychologist and worked in implementing child and youth health and mental health government …
In a landmark collaboration between not-for-profit organisation Launch Housing, philanthropists and the Victorian government, vacant land will provide affordable homes to people priced out of the rental market.
More than 50 one-bedroom homes will be built on nine parcels of vacant land, belonging to VicRoads, in Melbourne’s inner west, in what has been called a “roadmap” to tackle affordable housing.
Under the model, the portable units can be relocated to other available sites should the existing land need to be returned to its owner.