Philanthropy Australia Board Elections 2023
Our Returning Officer, Gavin Ryan of OGL Group, has declared the following candidates elected to the Philanthropy Australia Board of Directors at the AGM:Read more
Timely exhibition draws us to the distressed Barka (Darling River)
An exhibition featuring the work of Barkandji Elder Uncle Badger Bates and visual artist Justine Muller at the Australian Museum could not be a more timely prompt for our attention as calls for action follow the latest devastating fish kill.
AMP Foundation fund gives great ideas a chance
Breaking down barriers is at the heart of the two special Tomorrow Makers $1 million grants marking the foundation’s 30th anniversary. The gifts – to not-for-profits Global Sisters and First Australians Capital – are all about supporting ideas that can change not just individual lives but society too.
How do we prevent burnout in our philanthropic leaders?
The opportunity to create profound social change in the world does not come without significant professional and personal challenges for our philanthropic leaders. For too long, say the panellists in our webinar, the sector has accepted that this often results in burnout for many at the vanguard.
Why we need to shift power in this critical time for our natural world
Right now, our environment and climate face challenges of such scale and magnitude that at times it can feel overwhelming. But this moment we find ourselves in also holds enormous hope and possibility for shifting Australia’s trajectory towards a future where people and nature thrive. And philanthropists have a vital role to play.
Innovative Bob Brown documentary is a call of defiance for our ancient trees
Australia is one of the few places in the world that has Gondwana-era forest and is home to some of the planet’s tallest trees. We are one of the only countries that still has “primary” forests – in Europe, for instance, only fragments remain.
Panel including Minister Linda Burney addresses the Philanthropy Australia membership about the Voice referendum
The Hon Linda Burney MP, Minister for Indigenous Australians, provided an update to Philanthropy Australia members regarding the referendum on constitutional recognition through an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.