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Philanthropists becoming immune to ‘tall poppy syndrome’

August 27th, 2015

The 'tide has turned' on philanthropy with the movement largely becoming immune to Australia’s famed tall poppy culture, according to the the country's peak philanthropy organisation. Acting CEO of Philanthropy Australia, Chris Wootton, told Pro Bono Australia News that philanthropists had become more confident in going public with their giving in Australia.

 

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