Stating a Not-for-Profit Organisation: Five Key Legal Issues

Staff Reporter, Friday, 10th March 2017 -  Anna Lyons, manager of advice at Justice Connect, is an expert in not-for-profit legal issues. In the following article, she outlines some key considerations for anyone looking to start a not-for-profit organisation.

Learning for Purpose: Investing in People and Organisation Capability

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 8th March 2017 -  EY (Ernst & Young) is running a series of workshops for the Learning for Purpose Consortium that will build the capacity of the not-for-profit sector through a focus on learning.

Finding Creative Ways to Connect Your Charity With Donors

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 8th March 2017 -  To be effective, charities need to find creative ways to connect with the public to make their voices heard and Chaos Media works with not for profits on their media strategies to make them work.

Tackling the Magnification of Recruitment Risk in the NFP Sector

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 7th March 2017 -  Not for profits of all sizes can use the global online candidate referencing system Xref to protect themselves against fraud and breaches in discrimination and privacy while saving time and money.

The Harwood Public Innovators Labs In Australia

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 1st March 2017 -  The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation will be in Australia in March for two Public Innovation Labs for people who seek to change conditions in communities and help solve community problems.

Will They Flop or Will They Soar?

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 1st March 2017 -  One of Victoria’s most enduring community events, the Moomba Festival is back in full swing this Labour Day long weekend, 10 to 13 March, with a chock-a-block program of free events for the entire family.

How Does Your Organisation’s HR Management Profile Rate?

Staff Reporter, Monday, 27th February 2017 -  How does your organisation’s HR management profile measure up to good practice? Take BNG Online’s HR Management Quiz to find out.

Let Your Passion Take Flight With a Churchill Fellowship

Staff Reporter, Monday, 27th February 2017 -  Have you got a project you are passionate about that needs to spread its wings? The Churchill Fellowship is for anyone interested in flying to destinations across the globe in search of new ideas, innovation and excellence.

What You Need to Know About Finding the Right IT Partner

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 23rd February 2017 -  There’s no escaping the fact that we are now living in a fully-connected world but it is important to remember that digital transformation doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Help is at hand.

How to Nail a Rebrand from the Get-Go

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 22nd February 2017 -  Rebranding an organisation is a mammoth but worthwhile task, writes marketing and community engagement expert Marissa Brown.

Can Social Business Lead Real Change in the Social Sector?

Staff Reporter, Monday, 20th February 2017 -  Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Professor Muhammad Yunus will be visiting Australia this April for the Australasian Social Business Forum. Credited as the father of microfinance, Professor Yunus is here to encourage young innovators to meet the challenges of poverty in Australia in new ways.

Does your organisation support the wellbeing of Australian youth?

Staff Reporter, Monday, 20th February 2017 -  Since 1917 Commonwealth Bank staff have been supporting young people to thrive through their workplace giving program the Staff Community Fund. In their 100th year, they are awarding $2 million in grants of up to $10,000 each year for three years to deductible gift recipient (DGR) registered youth-focused organisations across Australia.
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