Weekly Roundup

This will be our last Weekly Roundup for the year. As I will be away on leave for December, please note that any events or jobs submitted for posting to our website from next Tuesday 29 November will not be attended to until early January 2012. So if you have anything you’d like included on our Positions Vacant page or Events Calendar, please submit it by 5pm Monday 28 November. - Joanna ————————- PRESSING MATTERS… Read more…

Nov. 25, 2011

 Tags: admin, awards, events, general, giving online, media, news, philanthropy australia website, positions vacant, stories, topical issues, what's new, workshops


We are moving!

We will be closing our Melbourne office at 12.00pm on Friday 11 September, and will reopen at 9.00am on Tuesday 15 September. Our new address is: Level 2, 55 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 As our website servers will be moving with us, Philanthropy Australia’s online services - the website, The Australian Directory of Philanthropy, the PhilanthropyOz Blog, and the Philanthropy Wiki - will also be unavailable from noon Friday, 11 September. We anticipate that… Read more…

Sep. 01, 2009

 Tags: admin, philanthropy australia website, philanthropywiki, what's new


Philanthropy Australia news

Joanna Fulton We briefly welcomed our newest staff member Joanna Fulton in the March Philanthropy Review. As Jo is often the voice on the end of our telephone, and will be contributing regularly to the philanthropyOz Blog, I thought I’d introduce her to you properly.  Jo is our Web and Communications Administrator - she manages our various websites and listservs, contributes to the Blog and the PhilanthropyWiki, responds to the ‘info@philanthropy.org.au’ email and assists with… Read more…

Apr. 20, 2009

 Tags: admin, general, news, recommended reading


New resource for grantmakers - The Grants Classification System

At Philanthropy Australia we have been working on developing on a standardised ‘common language’ for philanthropy.  We’re delighted to publish a new tool for grantmakers - The Grants Classification System. Designed to help trusts and foundations to classify, describe and report on their grantmaking activities, the Classification System provides a pre-determined, controlled vocabulary from which foundations can select those terms which best suit their needs. The Classification System encompasses six facets:     1. Type… Read more…

Nov. 01, 2007

 Tags: admin, knowledgebank, news


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