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Oxfam among Australian charities uniting to launch historic disaster relief alliance

Oxfam among Australian charities uniting to launch historic disaster relief alliance

By Business, Revenue - Other

“Sixteen Australian charities, including Oxfam, joined forces to launch the newly-formed Emergency Action Alliance at an online event that featured prominent government leaders, media executives and charity leaders. In an historic move the humanitarian agencies will be uniting in their campaign and fundraising efforts to improve how Australians can support and donate when large scale overseas humanitarian disasters take place.”

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Building the pathway to a national social enterprise strategy

Building the pathway to a national social enterprise strategy

By Business, Revenue - Other

“The conversations we’ve had across the social enterprise sector so far suggest there is widespread support for a national strategy, shared goals and better coordination in the social enterprise sector. But that’s just the beginning. The next step is to setup governance structures to take the project forward and wide consultation and co-creation to shape the project, which is what’s happening now.”

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ESG and growth: a new way of thinking

ESG and growth: a new way of thinking

By Business, Revenue - Other

Despite a growing and significant body of thought on leadership on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), it remains an area many executives are still grappling with. This article offers a framework to help think about, and put in place, business initiatives to address ESG while identifying growth opportunities, and bridging the gap to the more technical aspects of ESG.

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ESG – What does it mean?

ESG – What does it mean?

By Business, Revenue - Other

In 2019, ESG began as a buzzword, fast forward to 2021 and ESGs are now becoming a part of the mainstream for profit sector. As many companies are being pressured to report on their ESG credentials and policies, many people are still left wondering, what are ESG and what do they mean?

Read Probono’s comprehensive breakdown of this rising topic as they explain ESG language and the impact they may have on you, your corporate partners and investors.

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Many charities left financially vulnerable and unable to meet community demands following end of JobKeeper, new research finds

Many charities left financially vulnerable and unable to meet community demands following end of JobKeeper, new research finds

By Business, Revenue - Other

“A new report by Social Ventures Australia (SVA) and the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) finds that despite Australia’s promising economic recovery from the pandemic, many charities remain in vulnerable financial positions and require urgent funding from the Australian Government to continue supporting thousands of Australians in need and providing employment opportunities.” – CSI

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Social impact bonds: a tale of three Newpins

Social impact bonds: a tale of three Newpins

By Business, Revenue - Other

The Newpin Social Benefit Bond (SBB) in NSW ushered a new era for social impact bonds and the program. The SIB arrangement allows for more accurate impact measurement and a more direct approach to supporting those who could benefit most from the program. The SBB brings accountability, but also risk for service providers, which is in turn shared with investors.

Impact Investing, a path to sustainable funding for Save the Children

Impact Investing, a path to sustainable funding for Save the Children

By Business, Revenue - Other

An interesting discussion concerning impact investing, sustainable funding and their impact on charities between John Treadgold from Good Future and Paul Ronalds from Save the Children. Paul provided a relevant perspective on this conversation from his experience during the pandemic and the lessons that he believes both the charitable and finance sectors can learn.

Listen to the discussion here