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New year, new office, new rules

New year, new office, new rules

Maggie Coggan | 15 January 2021

We take a look at how you can safely settle back into the office in 2021 

The digital divide between charities
Innovation  |  Opinion

The digital divide between charities

David Crosbie | 14 January 2021

As charities look to the year ahead, they could do worse than begin this reflection by asking if they might benefit from more effective use of technology in the way they go about their work, writes David Crosbie.

Specialist disability accommodation – Pipeline of supply
Social Affairs  |  Analysis

Di Winkler | 14 January 2021

Vaccines, villains and victories
Social Affairs  |  Opinion

Audette Exel | 14 January 2021

Predictions for 2021: Charities
Policy  |  Opinion

Dr Gary Johns | 14 January 2021

Getting your job hunt on track in 2021

Luke Michael | 11 January 2021

Stepping up and thinking quick: 2020 philanthropy in review

Maggie Coggan | 22 December 2020

2020 – What a year!
Blog  |  Opinion

Karen Mahlab AM | 22 December 2020

Community sector struggles under weight of pandemic

Maggie Coggan | 21 December 2020

Charity sector’s reputation remains strong amid COVID crisis
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Partnership promises to make Australia a wilder place

Rewilding Australia has partnered with WWF Australia to help fully roll out WWF Australia’s wildlife and landscape restoration programs. Rewilding Australia uses science and Indigenous ecological knowledge to restore Australia’s ecosystems and missing faunal links.

Three towns join Our Town initiative

Ceduna, Cummins and Kimba have been selected for the Fay Fuller Foundation-funded Our Town initiative, a long-term mental health program in partnership with The Australian Centre for Social Innovation and Clear Horizon. These towns will receive 10 years of funding and support to reclaim the mental health and wellbeing of their regions.

Bendigo Bank announces recipients of its 2020 Social Investment Grants Program

Eight NFP capacity building projects have been announced as the recipients of grants comprising a total of $288,000. The recipients are: Giant Steps, Bendigo Foodshare, Welfare Rights Centre, Rainforest Rescue, Australian Community Philanthropy, Milk Crate Theatre, Central Coast Community Women’s Health Centre, and Heart & Soul Community Group. 

Mapping Australia’s social venture and impact investment ecosystems

The Centre for Social Impact Swinburne and the Paul Ramsay Foundation are inviting social impact organisations to participate in research investigating the programs of support available to early-stage social ventures and the efforts to develop the impact investment, social enterprise and social business ecosystems in Australia. Participate here. 

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