- Black Lives Matter
- David Beckham
- social media
A-listers are increasingly using their influence to empower change-makers and their social media as a megaphone for good.
- Giving Days
- Government Funding
- Major Giving
- Matched Giving
- Trusts and foundations
- UK Fundraising
As events went virtual in 2020, giving days became a fundraising go-to. Tania Burstin shares her thoughts about their rapid rise and the four pillars of giving day success.
A new report asks why NFP leaders are getting neither the support they need or a place at the table when they are the ones providing solutions.
- 2021 Australian Philanthropy Awards
- Amahoro Coalition
- Arts and culture
- arts philanthropy
- Australian Communities Foundation
- Australian Philanthropic Services
- Bluefrog Fundraising
- Centre for Social Impact
- Centre for Statelessness
- Charities Crisis Cabinet
- CHIL Fundraising
- Children’s Medical Research Institute
- Christmas Appeal
- Clarety Community
- Connor's Run
- Corporate Foundations
- Corporate Giving
- Corporate grants
- Corporate Partnerships
- Corporate Philanthropy
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- COVID-19 National Funding Platform
- Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership
- Creative Partnership Awards
- Creative Partnerships Australia
- Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
- Cure Cancer
- Database Consultants Australia
- Digital fundraising
- Doherty Institute
- Donation Point Go
- Donor Republic
- Emma Boyar
- Equity Trustees
- FIA Awards
- Fundraising Institute Australia
- Fundraising Institute of New Zealand
- Fundraising Strategy
- Gandel Philanthropy
- gender equality
- Gift in kind
- Glyn Davis
- Good Business Foundation
- Gracha Machel Trust
- Greenpeace Australia Pacific
- Hear and Say
- Include a Charity
- Include a Charity Week
- Indigenous Australians
- Inspired Adventures
- Jeans for Genes
- Jeans for Genes Day
- Jessie Ballantyne
- Koda Capital
- Lawrence Jackson
- Legacy Foresight
- Liz Dawes
- Macquarie Group Foundation
- Major Donors
- Major gifts
- Médecins Sans Frontières
- Medical Research
- Melbourne City Mission
- Menzies Foundation
- More Strategic
- Moving Feast
- Nunzio Giunta
- Opal Fundraising
- Opera Australia
- Oxfam Australia
- Parachute Digital
- Paul Ramsay Foundation
- Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation
- Peter McMullin
- Philanthropy Australia
- private sector giving
- Pulse of the For-Purpose Sector Report
- Redstone Marketing
- Regular giving
- RESET 2020
- Robert Connor Dawes Foundation
- Rural and Regional
- Sarah Davies
- Science Gallery Melbourne
- Sector Capacity Building Fund
- Snow Foundation
- social enterprise
- Social Ventures Australia
- STRIVE Philanthropy
- The Grants Hub
- The Ian Potter Foundation
- The Xfactor Collective
- Townsville Hospital Foundation
- University of Melbourne
- University of Queensland
- Vicki Sutton
A $26 million increase in cash giving during 2019/20 was a welcome reprieve for the arts sector, but a new report shows other support fell significantly.
A new report reflects on giving behaviour amongst British donors in the closing months of 2021, providing valuable insights that apply to fundraising across the world.
Pre-2020, local community organisations were already given short shrift when it came to funding and support. Now, two years later, they have dealt with a multitude of natural disasters on top of a global pandemic, and they are exhausted. But they come with solutions.
This year’s awards acknowledge ground-breaking innovation and creativity in response to the continuing pandemic, alongside an unbreakable commitment to best practice fundraising and exceptional donor care.
Curiosity, case studies, corporates and COVID-19 dominated the interest in our articles in 2021. Here we look back at the year that was.
Corporate heavyweights such as BHP and Coles still make the biggest charitable impact in terms of dollars, but young innovative companies are leading the way with a community-first mindset shows the latest GivingLarge report.
Facing multiple lockdowns, border closures and an immuno-compromised community, Cure Brain Cancer Foundation has bucked the trend of fundraising in 2021, raising over $1.9million for its most recent flagship event, Walk4BrainCancer.
Chris Howlett and Adele Schonhardt have achieved an extraordinary amount for Australia’s classical music scene, both before and during the pandemic, winning them the Creative Partnerships Arts Leadership Award. F&P’s Fiona Atkinson caught up with them to find out more.
A global pandemic did not deter the winners of this year’s awards, who have been true fundraising and philanthropic trailblazers for Australia’s arts and culture sector.
Collaborative, nimble and responsive philanthropy and partnerships that have delivered vital impact during one the globe’s most challenging times were the theme of this year’s awards.
A new report shows that for corporate giving to truly make a difference to gender equality, it must be intentional in its approach – and nonprofits must respond by showing how their work benefits women and girls.
Steggles and the Sydney Roosters aren’t letting COVID-19 get in the way of their fundraising and community outreach for children’s charities.
The Australian arts and entertainment sector has been neglected for decades and badly damaged by the pandemic according to a new report, but is there hope with the right support and policy reform?
The Director of Redstone Marketing asks three nonprofit executives for their perspectives. BREE JOPP Community Fundraising Officer, Australian Conservation Foundation The ACF pushes for bold solutions to make this country better. As an advocacy organisation, we expose environmental destruction and create real solutions for a better future. We are made up of over 700,000 passionate […]
As Coronavirus storm clouds gathered, University of Melbourne fundraisers rolled up their sleeves and got to work raising funds to fight the global pandemic. Jeremy Bradshaw tells how the University raised $16.9 million in just 10 months.
As the dreaded Coronavirus began to spread across Australia, a group of school girls helped spur on the University of Queensland’s efforts to raise funds to accelerate a promising vaccine. Jeremy Bradshaw explains how UQ raised over $23 million in just three months.
Burnout and fatigue are afflicting up to 45% of the nonprofit sector, but it’s not just the pandemic that is to blame.
ANTHEA IVA, Director of Redstone Marketing, asks three fundraisers for their perspectives TOM DUGGAN, Head of Individual Giving, Plan International Australia The biggest threat is charities assuming that their donors don’t want to be asked to give money. It’s true that as we head into 2021 we are in the midst of the deepest recession […]
History shows that declines in philanthropic funding are not as calamitous as widely feared says John Godfrey.
Jim Green is Senior Fundraising Officer at Hear and Say What did you want to be when you grew up? I grew up in northern England where football is a way of life. As a child I dreamed of playing for my local team, but a lack of ability was a prohibitive factor. Having said […]
The Centre for Social Impact is inviting charity, not-for-profit and for-purpose leaders to participate in an Australian-first research project in the wake of COVID-19.
Three fundraisers discuss how they are dealing with COVID-19 and how their fundraising has changed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fundraising think tank Rogare has completed a project to develop counter-arguments to the most frequently encountered objections to fundraising.
A new report looks at the financial health of charities and recommends measures to ensure their viability when COVID-19 support ends later this year.
Nunzio Giunta, Principal and Founder at Giuntabell, reveals how your nonprofit can take advantage of the federal government’s COVID-19 stimulus package.
In this video presentation, Charidy Senior Consultant Emma Boyar reveals how Sisterworks made its recent giving day event a success.
A new survey reveals nonprofits are struggling to cover salaries and operational costs, due to the COVID-19 crisis. Andrew Sadauskas examines how philanthropy can help.
Alarming new figures show many nonprofits are facing severe revenue shortfalls, while demand for their services surges. Andrew Sadauskas reports.
The community is facing rough waters due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Andrew Sadauskas examines four ways Australian philanthropy is helping.
A free online support and advice program for the social sector has been launched, thanks to a partnership between The Xfactor Collective and Equity Trustees.
Lawrence Jackson surveys the COVID-19 landscape, reviews lessons from the closest historical comparisons and ponders possible impacts on Australian charitable giving.
As charities face an existential threat to their existence, F&P looks at what the sector is doing to get through the pandemic.
The foundations will distribute an initial $500,000 to local nonprofit organisations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australian Communities Foundation and Philanthropy Australia have launched the COVID-19 National Funding Platform.
In the era of COVID-19 we can’t have a group hug, but we can offer some information to help you find a way through this troubling terrain.
A group of leading Australian charities are urgently warning the federal government not to overlook the sector in its coronavirus response.