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Philanthropic Investing in Aboriginal Women & Girls


Guest post by Carolyn Munckton Last month, I had the great pleasure of attending the AMP Foundation’s launch of an outstanding new research report called The Best of Every Woman:  An Overview of Approaches for Philanthropic Investment in Aboriginal Women … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding


I attended a talk on crowdfunding at Hub Melbourne, presented by the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) featuring The Awesome Foundation, Pozible and Start Some Good. Sounds like something where a crowd funds your project? Almost but not quite. … Continue reading

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Putting your money where my mouth is


I was reading my twitter feed and feeling concerned about the earthquakes in Christchurch and the enormity of what is happening in Libya and wondering about our capacity to be ghoulish voyeurs in times of crisis and feel helpless, overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Stacey’s informal philanthropy pop quiz


A philanthropy colleague of mine has started a little informal survey which she plans to do on a weekly basis to gather opinions from our philanthropy community. In her words: Last week she quizzed her colleagues about donations and the … Continue reading

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Ozphilanthropy.com’s top 13 – no make that 9 – Australian philanthropy tweeters


It is no secret to those close to me that I love twitter and have become a bit of an addict. I try to justify my presence there by saying that I get all my best information from the site … Continue reading

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Ian Potter Foundation job opportunity


The Ian Potter Foundation is advertising for a program officer. (See the position description in full on their home page). It is very much an administration role administering the grant-making process for the travel and conference program areas, assisting program … Continue reading

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The Dragonfly Effect – not for profit readings #2


The Dragonfly Effect: Quick, Effective, and Powerful Ways To Use Social Media to Drive Social Change I very much enjoyed this book published late last year and subtitled ‘Quick, effective and powerful ways to use social media to drive change’ … Continue reading

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Welcome – hello (2017 update)


Welcome to Ozphilanthropy.com and thank you for looking in/stopping by. Ozphilanthropy.com was started in 2010 when I wanted to collate my thoughts on philanthropy in the arts and higher education in Australia. I had been working in philanthropy for some … Continue reading

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