Martin Green, Co-Chair of the New Generation of Giving Network Fri, 4 Aug 2023
Martin Green, Director of the Pantera Press Foundation and Co-Chair of the New Generation of Giving Network, reflects on how he found that advancing racial justice is now embedded in US philanthropic discourse during Philanthropy Australia’s study tour to New York. This is the third in a series of articles about the trip.
An innovative financial product coming soon to market will give PAFs and PuAFs the opportunity to provide vital operating costs for not-for-profits, freeing up their resources to maximise impact. The long-term growth prospects should return capital to funders and leave NFPs with a sustainable asset. Craig Connelly, partner at Perpetual Limited, explains.
The third cohort of for-purpose CEOs chosen to take part in the outstanding Social Impact Leadership Australia Program (SILA) have been announced. The fully funded professional development program is delivered by the Centre for Social Impact and valued at more than $80,000 per delegate.
In the second of our series of articles about Philanthropy Australia’s New Gen Study Tour to New York, Bella Conyngham, Associate Engagement Manager NSW and ACT, explores further key themes. Following our look at trust-based philanthropy, we dig into two growing areas that will play a role in shaping the future of philanthropy: giving circles and engaging the next generation in family giving.
Rachel Findlay, Director, Impact and Engagement, Philanthropy Australia Fri, 21 Jul 2023
Philanthropy Australia was delighted to host a New Gen Study Tour to New York in June 2023. Participants held forums with the Ford Foundation, United Nations Foundation and the Global Impact Investing Network, among other global leaders in the space.