Social Ventures Australia’s most popular articles Social Ventures Australia (SVA) work with innovative partners to invest in social Change. They have a newsletter called the SVA Consulting Quarterly which has a range of interesting articles. The most recent publication included the 6 most read SVA...
Queensland Community Foundation Grants
The Social Services Investment Portal brings together information on the Queenland government's investment in community services, including what new funding is available. You can access details of current expenditure here , and information on available funding here ...
Health and Community Services Workforce Council Inc MEDIA RELEASE 30 January 2014 Online toolkit prepares community services for business success A new toolkit is available online for Queensland community service organisations to assess the health of their business and respond to the challenges...
The Queensland Government is committed to reforming the way Government engages and contracts with the social services sector. The Assistant Minister for Finance, Administration and Regulatory Reform, Deb Frecklington MP, is responsible for developing and implementing a program of social services...
Paperbag Lunch Seminar Friday 7th February 2014 in Woollongabba. Relationships and Sexual Education for People with Intellectual Disability: Current Approaches and Issues in Queensland Please download the attached flyer for more information.
The Federal Government is cracking down on workplace bullying and introducing an all-encompassing law that makes bullying conduct unlawful. Business adviser Ruth Knight offers her tips on how to prepare a Not for Profit organisation for the change. Bullying is a horribly common problem for all...
Please recycle unused hearing aids! The Australian Government provides assistance with Hearing Aids to children and students up to age 25, pensioners and returned Services personnel. Many people, including the homeless and refugees, do not qualify for government assistance and Better Hearing...
The Closing the Gap Clearinghouse has recently released two new papers on engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The articles examine a spectrum of engagement concepts and processes, and provide a strong focus on partnerships, participation and self-determination in...
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will be holding free information sessions around the country. Separate information sessions have been designed for professionals and supporters. These events are designed to provide information to professionals whose clients...

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