Created for managers and executives in the nonprofit sector working in fundraising, marketing, philanthropic and leadership roles, F&P is regarded by many as an invaluable resource.
Between its covers you will find commentary and analysis on issues and emerging trends, case studies, legislation updates, giving news, professional development opportunities, best practice guidelines, strategy and management along with profiles on philanthropists and other significant people in the sector.
Written by experts
Stories and articles are sourced from a wide variety of experts including our in-house journalists and leading nonprofit executives, practitioners, specialists and academics. This ensures you receive the most incisive perspectives on the issues and events of today, and the ideas and technology of tomorrow. Specialist areas covered include fundraising practice, marketing, tax, legislation, technology, philanthropy, management and leadership.
Industry sectors covered
F&P reports on stories and news across a diverse range of nonprofit organisations including:
- disability groups
- health/medical research
- aged care
- religious organisations
- the environment
- non-government and quasi-government organisations.
An editor with a wealth of experience across traditional and digital publishing platforms, Lise has run her own publishing business producing a national magazine for nine years, and worked on some of Australia’s best-known weekly and glossy magazines as editor, writer and sub-editor during her 20 plus years in the industry. Her background also encompasses advertising sales, marketing and public relations, and she is thoroughly enjoying learning everything there is to know about the ‘business’ of fundraising to share with readers. You are welcome to contact Lise with story ideas, news, updates and more by calling her on +61 2 4048 0473 or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editorial Advisory Board
Dr Christopher Baker
Christopher has built knowledge of private giving for public good, as an academic with an impressive list of international publications to his name. A Research Fellow who helps teach the Masters program as the Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy – part of the Centre for Social Impact at Swinburne University of Technology – he is best known for his landmark studies on charitable giving by Australians from personal estates.
Susanne Williamson CFRE
For 25 years, Susanne has held senior marketing and fundraising positions at charities including the Heart Foundation, the Arts Centre Melbourne and Monash University. Winner of multiple awards for her work in the nonprofit and commercial sectors, she is now Head of Fundraising at the Water and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Reserach. Susanne has taken an active role in developing fundraisers as a tutor for Fundraising Institute Australia.
Carl is the Fundraising Director at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation and has close to two decades of senior fundraising experience at some of Australia’s leading charities. Carl has extensive expertise across the key fundraising methodologies and is passionate in establishing effective business rules and processes to empower staff in strategic donor engagement. This has resulted in several awards for fundraising excellence.
Laura has worked in fundraising at Oxfam in the UK and New Zealand and more recently as Fundraising Director at Greenpeace New Zealand, where she led developments including using a combination of crowdfunding, TV, SMS and phone to sign up regular givers. Still based in New Zealand she is now a Global Fundraising Specialist at Oxfam International, focusing on supporter retention and development.
Jenny has over 20 years’ experience building global brands across Europe, Australia and New Zealand. After joining WWF-Australia in 2007, where she is now Fundraising Director, she and her teams have successfully innovated to reach new audiences, improve support loyalty and grow major and regular giving, in three years helping to more than double the charity’s income to over $20 million.
David’s fundraising career spans 15 years and several senior executive roles. He is currently Head of Engagement and Sustainability at Caritas Australia. His more recent roles include Head of Fundraising at Australian Red Cross and, prior to that, Fundraising Manager at Amnesty International Australia.
Jeremy Bradshaw – Publisher
During his time in nonprofit fundraising and marketing, Jeremy worked with the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, YWCA NSW and as a consultant with DVA Navion. He founded Fundraisng & Philanthropy, and it’s parent company Bombora Publishing, in 2004 and continues to oversee the magazine and its related annual events.