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Conventional Wisdom On Fundraising Must Change – Dan Pallotta

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 1st March 2012 - 
Photo credit: Angela Holland Society’s Not for Profit ethic denies the sector the critical tools that the for-profit sector freely uses to its own advantage, according to…

Fundraisers Gather at Gold Coast for FIA Conference

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 28th February 2012 -  The FIA Conference app is a one-stop-shop for delegates to keep up-to-date and network at this year's conference.  With the Fundraising Institute of Australia’s…

UK Street Fundraiser Closes its Doors

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 22nd February 2012 -  One of the longest standing street fundraising companies in the UK, Gift Fundraising, has gone into voluntary administration with some 300 staff reportedly being made redundant.…

Dare to Be Different: FIA Conference Hosts Controversial Author

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 14th February 2012 -  Controversial US author Dan Pallotta will make his Australian debut delivering a keynote address to the Fundraising Institute of Australia’s 35th International Conference…

Marketing Guru to Head Up FIA

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 15th September 2011 -  The Fundraising Institute Australia has appointed marketing expert, Rob Edwards as the peak membership body’s new chief executive officer.  New FIA CEO Rob Edwards.

FIA Calls for Independent NFP Regulator

Staff Reporter, Monday, 28th February 2011 -  The Fundraising Institute of Australia (FIA) has called on the Federal Government to establish an independent regulator for the Not for Profit sector, rejecting the proposed plan…
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