Get on the Map – with Foundation Maps: Australia!
Philanthropy Australia and the Foundation Center – with the support of the Ian Potter Foundation, Gandel Philanthropy and Perpetual Trustees - are inviting all funders to consider supplying their grant data for Foundation Maps: Australia (FMA).
FMA will graphically map grants – so anyone can see who funds what and where in Australia for the first time!
Philanthropy Australia will officially launch Foundation Maps: Australia at the PA Conference in September.
So it is important to ‘get on the map’ - as you really don’t want to be that funder which is not on the map in September!
How do you ‘get on the map’?
Watch "How to get on the map webinar" - recorded on Friday 20 April 2018
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for the Data Template and Instructions
If you’d like to know more, please contact Chris Wootton
Foundation Maps: Australia is generously supported by:
Foundation Maps: Australia graphically portrays who funds what in Australia. Philanthropy Australia is inviting all funders to be part of this on-going program by supplying their granting data.
Launched in July 2012, Guiding Principles for Collaboration Between Government and Philanthropic Organisations is a new resource for those practicing, or interested in, cross-sectoral collaborations.
Developed by the Office for the Community Sector, Department of Planning and Community Development in Victoria and Philanthropy Australia, Guiding Principles offers a set of pointers to facilitate successful partnerships.
There are 15 key principles, structured under four headings:
Guiding Principles forms a framework for approaching new, and strengthening existing, collaborations between philanthropic and government co-funders of the not-for-profit sector.
The Foundation Project is an initiative sponsored by the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation on behalf of the following organisations:
The key outputs from The Foundation Project are a set of core principles for grant application and reporting information as well as a common application form and acquittal report for small grants.
Grant-makers are encouraged to trial the common form templates and to provide feedback on them to Philanthropy Australia.
Grant making, made simple.
Grant Toolbox minimises the time and resources to run your philanthropy operation, with a best-practice grant management solution at your fingertips.
This software offers a cost-effective alternative to costly grant management platforms which are traditionally, only efficient or viable for large-scale operations. Grant Toolbox is an Australian designed and supported solution to make your life easier and be accessible to all.
As the peak body for the philanthropic sector, we are actively involved in shaping the development and direction of government policy and legislation relating to the sector.
In conversation with Nicole Richards at the Philanthropy Meets Parliament Summit 2017, Daniel Lee shared his insights on topics including the role of philanthropy as a driver of systems change which addresses root causes of social challenges, the relationship between philanthropy and government and what the new political environment in the United States means for philanthropy.