Tag : Australian Charities Fund
Finalists have been announced for the 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards, recognising leadership, innovation, collaboration and best practice by employer and community…
Wednesday, 11th October 2017
Wednesday, 16th November 2016JB Hi-Fi has taken out the top prize in Australia’s inaugural Workplace Giving Excellence Awards.
The awards, launched by Australian Charities Fund, recognise the “phenomenal
June Workplace Giving Month has kicked off for 2015, building on last year’s campaign to get one million donors involved in workplace giving by 2020.
To mark the launch, business…
Wednesday, 17th June 2015
Wednesday, 18th June 2014The push for increased workplace giving awareness is both timely and full of potential, writes Jenny Geddes, CEO of the Australian Charities Fund.
No single organisation or person…
Australian Charities Fund’s Deputy Chairman and Founding CEO, Greg Hutchinson, received a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2014 Australia Day Honours Awards.…
Wednesday, 29th January 2014
Wednesday, 13th November 2013New US research reveals a workplace giving culture transformed by technology, branding and the arrival of millennials in the workforce. Margaret Smith from the Australian Charities
A Queensland property developer has won The Australian Charities Fund (ACF) Workplace Giving Month 2013 Engagement Award.
Devine Limited achieved a 62 percent increase in staff…
Tuesday, 10th September 2013
THE wide-scale adoption of “opt-out” workplace giving programs could push the growth of workplace giving in Australia, says Non Executive Director and former CEO…
Tuesday, 27th August 2013
The next Federal Government should launch a national campaign to promote and foster workplace giving to employers, employees and charities, according to Ted Kerr from The Australian…
Tuesday, 20th August 2013
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