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Paul Ronalds is group CEO of Save the Children in Australia.


Artificial intelligence to help solve fundraising challenges in 2022


Paul Ronalds, Wednesday, 8th December 2021 -  Save the Children CEO Paul Ronalds explains why the organisation decided to invest in Dataro.

The risk of corporate reputation in 2021


Paul Ronalds, Wednesday, 2nd June 2021 -  Save the Children Australia CEO Paul Ronalds on why corporations can no longer, and should no longer, do the bare minimum when it comes to corporate social responsibility. 

The (digital) clock is ticking for NGOs


Paul Ronalds, Monday, 10th May 2021 -  Too many NFP leaders appear to act like our sector is immune to the digital revolution. It is not, writes Paul Ronalds, the chief executive of Save the Children Australia, who shares three key areas where NFPs must leverage new technologies to survive and thrive.

‘Closing schools means much more than just a lost education’


Paul Ronalds, Sunday, 2nd August 2020 -  We need more international support to stop COVID-19 mutating from a global health emergency into a global education emergency, writes Paul Ronalds, group CEO of Save the Children in Australia. 

The Charity Sector is Stronger When it Works Together


Paul Ronalds, Monday, 5th February 2018 -  Endless charities cannot expect to keep shaking a tin at passers-by on the street corner and hope to remain relevant. We must start working together more effectively, writes Save the Children Australia chief executive officer Paul Ronalds.

NFP Mergers – Survivors are the Most Adaptable to Change


Paul Ronalds, Monday, 27th February 2017 -  To survive in an increasingly highly-competitive and resource-constrained market, the NGO sector must get creative and start working more closely together, writes Paul Ronalds from Save the Children, which has announced it’s second major merger in two years.

The Fundraising Revolution –  NFPs Must Be Agile


Paul Ronalds, Thursday, 26th May 2016 -  Expectations of working seamlessly across multiple technology channels and fundraising platforms is creating added challenges for the Australian Not for Profit sector, writes Save the Children CEO Paul Ronalds, who calls on Not for Profits to remain agile.

Put Ego Aside in Favor of Mergers


Paul Ronalds, Wednesday, 11th November 2015 -  Too few sector leaders are challenging themselves to put organisational ego aside and focus on whether they are most effectively achieving their mission, writes CEO of Save the Children Australia Paul Ronalds.
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