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Morrison government unveils ‘significant and far-reaching’ fundraising reforms

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 16th December 2020 -  A new fundraising model is set to reduce the administrative and financial burden for charities      Sector leaders are celebrating a major win in the battle to fix fundraising regulation,

Politics and the power of collaboration

David Crosbie, Thursday, 10th December 2020 -  As political considerations are becoming a more prominent factor in government decision-making, the focus of the charities sector needs to be more about collective action, writes

Charities as drivers of employment, productivity, and growth

David Crosbie, Thursday, 26th November 2020 -  If governments were primarily focused on boosting employment and maximising investment in job creation, creating more employment for people in charities would be one of their highest

Fundraising reform remains ‘just out of reach’

Luke Michael, Thursday, 12th November 2020 -  The federal government has finally responded to a report from the Senate Select Committee on Charity Fundraising in the 21st Century  The charity sector remains frustrated by the

Now or never – Time to fix fundraising

David Crosbie, Thursday, 17th September 2020 -  As charities impacted by COVID-19 desperately pivot to online fundraising to replace income lost from their usual face-to-face activities, it is critical that we fix fundraising

Investing in charities: economic stimulus spending on steroids

David Crosbie, Thursday, 3rd September 2020 -  The Australian Taxation Office has confirmed that 320,000 charity workers are receiving JobKeeper. When it ends, charities will need a higher level of investment if Australia is

Open letter says the voice of charities must be included in national COVID-19 response

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 19th August 2020 -  “Given the critical role of charities in supporting and rebuilding both our communities and our economy, it is disappointing that the [sector] has been left outside of important

Aussie charities missing out on government-subsidised COVID-19 loans

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 22nd July 2020 -  While the loan scheme is being overhauled, sector advocates say it still falls short of what’s needed        It has been revealed only around 20 of the federal government’s

Drawing lines, somewhere

David Crosbie, Thursday, 28th May 2020 -  The work of many in the charities sector is now defined by a seemingly moveable line that excludes people who are vital members of our communities, our economy and our humanity, writes

COVID-19 helps shift public perceptions of marginalised Aussies

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 20th May 2020 -  The pandemic is changing the way Australians view others As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, more than one in five Australians now feel more positively towards people with mental

The good, the hopeful, and the dog’s breakfast

David Crosbie, Thursday, 30th April 2020 -  Australian charities have demonstrated in this crisis that they are effective advocates to governments. Now they need to look beyond governments to better engagement with their

Meet Pro Bono News’ first editorial advisory board

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 16th April 2020 -  “The board will play an instrumental role in making sure our news service reflects the real mood of what’s going on in the sector.”  Pro Bono News has appointed expert leaders from across
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