Pro Bono Australia’s Guide to Giving 25th Anniversary Edition Now Open
17 July 2014 at 10:38 am
Pro Bono Australia’s Guide to Giving publication will celebrate its 25th year in 2015 – a publication that puts Not for Profit organisations in front of 56,000 donors Australia-wide each year.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer Karen Mahlab said in the last 25 years, Pro Bono Australia had become nationally recognised as the prominent resource and media hub for the social sector.
“The Guide to Giving has drawn in those who want to engage, connect and donate to community organisations, forging a link between prospective donors and the community sector,” Mahlab said.
“The 2015 Guide to Giving will be bigger, brighter and more informative than ever with a special focus on our silver anniversary featuring major players in giving across the country.
“For 25 years, we’ve nurtured a niche, highly-qualified audience base. Our audience has grown from an initial demographic of bequesters to include philanthropists, corporate donors and a range of others looking to support community organisations.”
Mahlab said organisations had the opportunity to be in front of those who matter when it comes to securing support – 56,000 copies of the Guide to Giving were distributed nationally and the Pro Bono Australia website had more than 1 million visits in 2013.
Find out more information in the Guide to Giving media kit. The booking and artwork deadline is September 30.