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A Philanthropic Choir That Doesn’t Sing!

Staff Reporter, Monday, 3rd August 2009 -  The Australian Children's Music Foundation has launched a Philanthropic Choir using the power of music to bring communities together and raise funds to help disadvantaged children - without singing a note!

Tomorrow’s Philanthropist – Study

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 23rd July 2009 -  A new breed of wealthy philanthropists is emerging who are more socially aware and more motivated to give back to the communities they came from, as well as global causes according to a new study by Barclays Wealth

Victorian Law Foundation Funds New Projects

Staff Reporter, Monday, 22nd June 2009 -  Victoria Law Foundation has announced the funding recipients of six new legal projects.

Women Shaping Future of Philanthropy

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 9th June 2009 -  Women are playing a prominent role in their households and communities when it comes to philanthropy according to a new study in the US.

Government Releases Draft PPF Legislation

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 28th May 2009 -  The Assistant Federal Treasurer, Chris Bowen has released an exposure draft of legislation aimed at improving the integrity of Prescribed Private Funds (PPFs).

Graduate Certificate in Business (Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies) – Advertorial

Staff Reporter, Monday, 25th May 2009 -  Queensland University of Technology is offering its industry-recognised Graduate Certificate in Business (Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies) as an opportunity for career acceleration in the philanthropic and nonprofit sector. QUT's program is an op

Philanthropy and the World’s High Net Worth Individuals

Staff Reporter, Monday, 30th July 2007 -  The wealthiest individuals in the world gave more than $285-billion to charity in 2006, according to the 2007 World Wealth Report, an annual look at the financial practices of high-net worth individuals (HNWIs).

“Giving Australia” Report Revealed

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 27th October 2005 -  The most comprehensive research on philanthropy in Australia has found that Australians and businesses are giving and volunteering more than ever before, contributing more than $11 billion in 2004.

Income and Giving In Australia

Staff Reporter, Monday, 22nd November 2004 -  The greatest amount of gift deductions claimed in Australia come from middle and low-income wage-earners according to the latest review of tax figures.

ACOSS to Research Australian Philanthropy

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 22nd July 2004 -  The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) has been given substantial Federal Government funds for a major research project on giving and philanthropy in Australia.
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