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You call it philanthropy, we call it ‘Devlopman Tèt Ansanm’

Marie-Rose Romain Murphy, Monday, 21st September 2020 -  Marie-Rose Romain Murphy shares lessons from the Haiti Community Foundation in the second in a global series of articles contextualising the role of foundations, philanthropists and funders in countries around the world. 

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A pandemic, an economic crisis: What can foundations, philanthropists, and funders do?

Julia Unwin, Thursday, 10th September 2020 -  This is the first in a global series of articles in which people all over the world will share and contextualise the role of foundations, philanthropists and funders in their own countries. Dame Julia Unwin kicks off the series with a perspective fro

The world’s first coin with a call to action

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 2nd September 2020 -  “If every Australian donated a Donation Dollar just once a month, it has the potential to raise an additional $300 million annually”

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Philanthropy strategies when funding family violence during COVID

Teresa Zolnierkiewicz, Monday, 31st August 2020 -  Many philanthropists recognise that family violence is an area of intense need right now, but they often have limited understanding as to how to effectively respond, writes Teresa Zolnierkiewicz, who talks to Loretta Mannix-Fell to unpack the range o

We need to talk about racism in philanthropy

Maggie Coggan, Thursday, 20th August 2020 -  Structural racism is not a new issue in Australian philanthropy. But it’s not an issue that people like to openly talk about. Now, some want that to change.  

Philanthropy Australia unveils its priorities for a post-COVID future

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 19th August 2020 -  Sector leaders say there is an important role for private giving in Australia's COVID-19 recovery     

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If data is 21st century oil, could foundations be the right owners?

Contributor, Monday, 17th August 2020 -  Foundation ownership in the data sector may sound like a wild idea at first. Yet foundations and their predecessors have played the role of purpose-driven owners of critical assets and infrastructures throughout history, writes Felix Oldenburg.

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Sustainable support: A balancing act for philanthropists

Dr Chau Chak Wing, Wednesday, 12th August 2020 -  Dr Chau Chak Wing shares some insight into how he approaches his giving and the importance, now more than ever, of finding the balance between preserving the past, stabilising the present and nurturing the future. 

New grants program to help the hidden victims of COVID-19

Luke Michael, Monday, 27th July 2020 -  Coronavirus is having a dire impact on the wellbeing of animals around the world 

COVID crisis forces a shift in grantmaking

Luke Michael, Friday, 24th July 2020 -  More than half of grantmakers have added a new grants program specifically in response to coronavirus
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