In 2015 Philanthropy Australia is partnering with Generosity Magazine to deliver two free editions of the subscription-based e-magazine to our Members and Associates.
As part of the partnership, we are working closely to deliver insights, authors, ideas and articles for the May Collective Impact and the August Government Partnerships special editions.
Members and Associates receive an e-newsletter when the edition is launched, and get access behind the paywall for two weeks from publishing – plenty of time to take in all the great articles.
The May edition was published on 7 May, and featured heavy hitters in the Collective Impact space including:
US collective impact experts Fay Hanleybrown and Jennifer Splansky Juster busting the myths, tackling the tough questions and providing the authoritative low-down on collective impact.
Below is a summary of the content brought to readers by Philanthropy Australia. Generosity subscribers can access these articles at any time via their membership.
Interviews: One of Australia's leading figures in the field of collective impact, ten20 Foundation CEO Seri Renkin, believes it's time for philanthropy to rise to the challenge of long-term systems change.
In this, its 50th year, the Fairley Foundation is building on its work in the Shepparton area and seeking to continue to support long-term systemic change for the community as a whole.
Lisa Waldron explains why the Westpac Foundation is working to help transform the way we respond to complex social problems.
The Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation, nib foundation and CAGES Foundation explain why they're working with FRRR and the NSW Government as part of the Innovation for Community Impact Program.
Philanthropy Australia's Queensland Manager Fiona Maxwell speaks with Karyn Walsh, Coordinator for Micah Projects, about finding long-term solutions.
Opinion: Philanthropy Australia's Acting CEO Chris Wootton examines the importance of collective impact to philanthropy's future.
Dr Andrew Young from the Centre for Social Impact asks 'Where are the game-changers?'
In June 2014, a group of progressive funders launched The Search to find and fund Australia's most promising, early-stage collective impact initiative. 'We found the communities, but where are the philanthropists?' asks Kerry Graham.
One of the biggest challenges facing collective impact in Australia is funding. Kevin Robbie tackles the big question: How do you create early engagement from a range funders and encourage collaboration that can be sustained over a longer period?
The 2017 Philanthropy Meets Parliament Summit brought funders, nonprofits and policy makers together for two days of inspiring keynotes, case studies and challenging conversations about philanthropy’s role in advocating for change.