New polling shows overwhelming support for initiatives to double giving
National polling released this week demonstrates “very strong” support for proposed government reforms to lift giving to charity. The survey suggests a keen and open-hearted generosity is alive in the community and that there has been a significant change in sentiment towards a more compassionate approach across society. This indicates the Federal Government’s work to develop a strategy to double giving to charity by 2030 will be strongly supported by the Australian community.Read more
Last call for New Gen study tour to New York
Philanthropy Australia is planning a New Gen Study Tour to New York immediately prior to the NEXUS Global Summit in June 2023.
‘COVID-inspired commitment to better outcomes must continue’: report
Philanthropy Australia worked closely with members throughout COVID-19 to shape the sector’s response to the crisis and is now pleased to publish our latest findings on the effectiveness of that work and the sector’s overall response.
How members can contribute to the Productivity Commission Inquiry
Let’s talk! Philanthropy Australia has arranged two national webinars in April about the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Philanthropy
As Indigenous Voice wording is revealed, ACNC releases advocacy guidelines
As the move to enshrine a First Nations Voice to Parliament in the constitution takes an important step forward, the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission has released timely new resources and guidelines for organisations that are considering contributing to the discussion.
Under Cover film continues to move audiences at community screenings
It was a pleasant summer evening in the East Melbourne suburb of Ringwood last night as a mostly female crowd packed into Karralyka Centre for a sold-out screening of Sue Thomson’s documentary Under Cover.
Collective power is key to a fair democracy
I had been working on the issue of climate change for a decade when I started to wonder – why aren’t we winning? The environmental imperative for action was clear and strong public support was there – yet, successive governments failed to answer the call to deliver action.