New edition of 'Australian Philanthropy' Journal

Australian Philanthropy Issue 65

We’re delighted to announce our latest issue of Australian Philanthropy is out now!

Ages and Stages: Past, Present and Future Family Philanthropy brings you insightful and personal stories from Australians who have founded or inherited family foundations, and from those who manage or contribute to their family’s philanthropic endeavours.

It features articles by Nelson Meers and Karen Mahlab, an interview with Tim Fairfax and daughter Prue,  Carrillo Ganter on why early engagement is not always best, and tips for succession planning. Read about the changes we can expect in philanthropy as Generation Y make their mark, and consider the Cargengie Conundrum: how much should one give?

Members and subscribers should have recieved their copies in the mail this week. If you would like to subscribe to Australian Philanthropy visit our Website, subscribe online and we will put a copy of Issue 65 in the mail to you asap!

Aug. 03, 2007

 Tags: research & information, recommended reading, library

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