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QUTeX Half Day Course | Tips for Grant Success, 12 Nov

Prepare your grant-seeking organisation for success with the latest industry knowledge. Find out more and register A comprehensive introduction or refresher course in seeking philanthropic grants, covering organisational readiness, strategy, relationships, writing tips and world-class execution. Plus the latest intelligence from grant-making bodies and practical steps from Australia’s leading practitioners on philanthropic grant strategy and execution.…

Free Nonprofit Careers Masterclass, 19 Oct

Unique online Masterclass on forging a meaningful and fulfilling career in the for-purpose sector – from those in the know! Looking to make a difference? Now’s your chance.   Register to attend If you are seeking to enter or progress in the philanthropy, nonprofit and social enterprise sector, this Masterclass is for you! Co-hosted by Windsor Group and ACPNS,…

Reducing period poverty in Australia

Share the Dignity is a women’s charity in Australia that works to make a real, on-the-ground difference in the lives of those experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or doing it tough. The organisation distributes period products to women and girls who need support. ACPNS researcher, Dr Ruth Knight has prepared a report about the issue in partnership with…

GIVING STATS | Australian giving a mixed bag in 2018-19

Mixed news for nonprofit organisations from Australia’s longest available generosity data as: – total donations and average amount donated rise in 2018-19, but – the percentage of taxpayers claiming a donation has fallen to the lowest figure in four decades. The yearly report produced by ACPNS uses Australian Taxation Office data dating from 1978 to crunch…

ANZTSR/ACPNS Upcoming Philanthropy Webinar, 17 Aug

If you’re interested in philanthropy, you won’t want to miss this upcoming webinar! Co-hosted by ANZTSR and ACPNS and Chaired by ACPNS Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr Alexandra Williamson, this webinar will feature two early female career researchers on two fascinating topics. Philanthropy and Social Justice: Examining the Social Impact of Grant-Making by Philanthropic Institutions in Australia,…

Dr Megan Conway: why research into Community Foundations is so important

Dr Megan Conways serves as an Executive in Residence at Capacity Canada and is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Carleton University, working alongside ACPNS Ian Potter Visiting Fellow, Dr Susan Phillips. Megan also works closely with ACPNS researcher, Dr Alexandra Williamson on a number of philanthropy-related research projects. In this interview, Megan chats about her research into Community…

Upcoming QUTeX Short Course | Tips for Grant Success, 12 Nov

Prepare your grant-seeking organisation for success with the latest industry knowledge. Find out more and register A comprehensive introduction or refresher course in seeking philanthropic grants, covering organisational readiness, strategy, relationships, writing tips and world-class execution. Plus the latest intelligence from grant-making bodies and practical steps from Australia’s leading practitioners on philanthropic grant strategy and execution.…

Celebrating 20 years of Private Ancillary Funds

Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) are a special kind of philanthropic foundation in Australia. They are charitable trusts established by deed for the purpose of making grants for public benefit in Australia. PAFs are designed to provide individuals or organisations with an investment structure for philanthropic purposes. They may not operate programs or deliver services, but instead…