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No Wash Challenge to Start Homelessness Conversation

Maggie Coggan, Friday, 8th March 2019 -  Have you ever worn a favourite shirt for a couple of days in a row and felt a bit icky? Now, a charity is challenging Australians to keep their kit on for three full days in an attempt to raise funds and awareness for people experiencing homelessness

Opinion

Introducing Gender Lens Investing. It’s More Than Pink-Washing

Contributor, Friday, 8th March 2019 -  There has always been a moral case for gender lens investing, but research is increasingly finding a business case, write Danielle Logue and Gillian McAllister, from the University of Technology Sydney, in this article which first appeared in The Con

Opinion

As Donors and as Causes, Women are Taking the Lead in Philanthropy

Kate Pew Wolters, Thursday, 7th March 2019 -  The movement we are seeing today of women as leaders and funders is the outcome of decades of women’s leadership in philanthropy, not a sudden phenomenon brought about by political and cultural change, writes Kate Pew Wolters, as part of the Doroth

Around the World

Tabitha King Says She’s More Than Just Her Husband’s ‘Ball-And-Chain’

Luke Michael, Monday, 4th March 2019 -  She may be a philanthropist and much-published author, but when Tabitha King jointly donated more than a million dollars to a Boston genealogical group with her husband Stephen, she was dismissed in media coverage as simply the wife of a famous man.

Opinion

Nonprofit Media is Experiencing a Growth Spurt – So is Philanthropy’s Response

Tory Martin, Monday, 25th February 2019 -  Major cutbacks across the news industry are fueling the growth of nonprofit news outlets in the US. Philanthropy is taking note, writes Tory Martin, from the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, as part of their 11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2

Experts Concerned as Fewer Australians Give to Charity

Luke Michael, Monday, 25th February 2019 -  The percentage of Australians donating to charity is falling, according to new research that experts say highlights a need for different giving strategies in the sector.

Opinion

The Boundaries are Blurring Between Philanthropy and Business

Michael Moody, Thursday, 21st February 2019 -  Philanthropy is increasingly adopting business means, while business is increasingly pursuing philanthropic ends – a trend which is likely to continue and expand, writes Michael Moody, from the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, as part of

ACOSS Calls for $2 Billion Budget Boost for Community Services

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 19th February 2019 -  Australia’s community services sector needs a $2 billion a year federal funding injection to reverse major budget cuts to programs that vulnerable people rely on, the nation’s peak welfare body says.

Opinion

Philanthropic Support as a Path to Government Funding in Politicised Times – A Case Study

Penny Dakin, Tuesday, 19th February 2019 -  As politics polarises, there is a growing need for apolitical funding to trial new ideas and provide independent evidence for government investments in system-changing programs. The right@home sustained nurse home visiting trial demonstrates that phi

DGR Status Opens Doors for More Investment in Women

Maggie Coggan, Tuesday, 19th February 2019 -  The Australian Women Donors Network has been granted Deductible Gift Receipt status, 18 months after it was announced in the budget, in a move it says could increase philanthropic donations to help women and girls.
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