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A 10-week opportunity with social media marketing students

A 10-week opportunity with social media marketing students

By Business, Marketing & Communications

The Poke Initiative is now offering an opportunity to work closely with two high-quality university students across your business’s social media. Poke can help you closely manage and monitor your online channels through content creation and overcome common issues faced by non-profit organisations. For more information about Poke’s deliverables or their contact details, please click below.

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Multi million dollar program launches to support NFP leaders flourish

NPA excited to see significant investment in NFP Leadership – and recognition of the importance of peer2peer!

By Board & Governance, Business

A 5-year $9m program Social Impact Leadership Australia (SILA), designed to develop for-purpose leaders has been announced – collaboratively funded by The Myer Foundation, the Sidney Myer Fund, the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation and the Paul Ramsay Foundation. This is a significant shift in thinking when, up until now, there hasn’t been the same kind of money or interest shown in our sector leadership, or recognition of its impact on social outcomes.

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Professional fundraising peak body launches 2021 policy priorities

Professional fundraising peak body launches 2021 policies priorities 

By Business, Revenue - Fundraising

The Fundraising Institute Australia announced its policy priorities for 2021, pushing for further fundraising red tape reduction and fundraising regulation across all states and territories. “Our 2021 policy priorities demonstrate our commitment to the fundraising sector and the critical issues our 1,200 members and the broader fundraising community are currently facing.” said Katherine Raskob, chief executive officer.

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Rethinking the business of charity

Rethinking the business of charity

By Business, Revenue - Fundraising

As the charity sector is struggling to rebuild itself following the destruction caused by the global pandemic, leaders are now challenged to rethink their traditional resources such as donors. Former M&A lawyer, Save the Children’s Paul Ronald’s reflects on his experience in the charity sector striving to restore affected organisations.

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