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The Board Report

The Board Report features news and information that you and your board need to have read – in one curated monthly report.

If you read every News Service edition Pro Bono Australia writes, you will understand the big issues and know about the events occurring in Australia’s social economy. We know that most people don’t have time to read every News Service, nor do you have time to share the information with key stakeholders. That is where our The Board Report comes in.

Each month our Managing Editor will curate key content from our thrice weekly News Services into one beautifully designed, easy to read document that you’re welcome to circulate.

“List a review of The Board Report as a regular item on your Board Agenda. It is a low-cost, efficient way to keep up to date and generate quality conversations about issues and trends impacting your sector.”
— Kerry Mayne, GM Public Sector Engagement, CPA Australia

The Board Report is the resource CEOs, Senior Executives and Board Members read to ensure they are across the myriad of issues and happenings in the dynamic and changing community sector.

For many years Pro Bono Australia has been the authority in the sector when it comes to news.

As many of you know, Pro Bono Australia has been tracking the emerging social economy since 2001. We write close to 200 articles a month and have over 12,000 articles archived on our site that are regularly used as a record of sector development and as a resource for media, researchers, policy makers and others interested in social issues.

Our highly qualified journalists write day-in and day-out exclusively for Pro Bono Australia. They know the subtleties and histories behind current issues and can spot the important new trends as they emerge. That’s why our News Services have a readership of over 400,000 people annually.

We have the ability to curate and inform on sector issues like no other.

Curated News

The most important news from the month at your finger-tips, keeping you engaged and informed.

Opinion

Timely and in-depth opinion and analysis of the issues of the day, delivered exclusively from the leading minds in the sector

Grants and Funding

The latest movements and trends in the philanthropic world concerning grant-making and funding

Governance

News for discerning boards on the best employment, risk management and stakeholder engagement policy

Research

The latest ground-breaking, critical research from Australia and around the globe, exploring topics that affect the corporate and Not for Profit community

Volunteer

The policies and performance of Not for Profit and corporate engagement in volunteering around Australia and overseas

Government Policy

Must read stories and features unpacking the changing world of government policy and implementation.

Influencers

Feature articles and in-depth interviews profiling the movers and shakers in the Not for Profit and for-profit worlds

Testimonials

List a review of The Board Report as a regular item on your Board Agenda. It is a low-cost, efficient way to keep up to date and generate quality conversations about issues and trends impacting your sector

Kerry Mayne

GM Public Sector Engagement

CPA Australia

I just wanted to say how much I enjoy the Pro Bono articles and how valuable they are in keeping people up to date with 'current affairs'. Reading the Board Report prompted me to write to you and say so. The Board Report in particular has an excellent journalistic way of conveying the most important facts quickly and succinctly - which we all need in our busy lives in which we're trying to serve others. Thank you to you and your team

Carin Lavery

Charity Relations Manager

Charities Aid Foundation

Anyone in a senior position needs to list Pro Bono Australia's Board Report as a must- have resource to keep on top of the important news, issues and trends happening across our sector.

S Chrzanowski

Business Planning Manager

Brotherhood of St Laurence

Supported by CPA

CPA Australia is a professional accounting and finance body with 155,000 members in 118 countries. Through innovative programs and services we offer opportunities for the sector to benefit from our members’ professional support and guidance as trusted advisers in a paid, probono or voluntary capacity.  Our emphasis for community sector leaders and Boards is to build financial management capability and strong governance enabling a sustainable future.

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