Quarterly update on Philanthropy New Zealand activity

July 1, 2020

April 1 – June 11  Purpose  The quarterly update provides Philanthropy New Zealand members with a summary of key activity over the past few months. It will be produced four times a year, after Board… Read more »


Philanthropic sector monthly bulletin June 2020

June 30, 2020

Purpose of this update Philanthropy New Zealand is releasing this monthly bulletin to share information on the current landscape for philanthropic and grantmaking activity and insight around current community and funding needs.  It has a… Read more »


Covid-19 implications on philanthropic funding and grantmaking

June 12, 2020

  In May 2020, Philanthropy New Zealand (“PNZ”) surveyed 120 of its philanthropic and grantmaker member organisations (“funders”) to gain a snapshot in time of the impacts of COVID-19 on their funding and approaches. PNZ… Read more »


It’s time to shine. Time to take stock. Time to shape our future.

May 28, 2020

  By Sue McCabe Chief Executive, Philanthopy New Zealand It’s time to shine, time to take stock, time to shape our future. That’s the tagline of the just released survey of the community and voluntary… Read more »


Community Sector COVID-19 Impact Survey

May 26, 2020

  Tēnā koutou, It’s time to shine a light on the community sector’s collective contribution to community wellbeing, to take stock of what is needed, and to shape our future. This email invites you to… Read more »


Philanthropic Sector COVID-19 Weekly Update

May 22, 2020

Philanthropy New Zealand is releasing a weekly update to share philanthropic and grantmaking activity and insight as the sector seeks to support communities in the wake of COVID-19. This update is a general public document,… Read more »


Time to really tap into the team of five million

May 15, 2020

By Sue McCabe, Chief Executive of Philanthropy New Zealand The Government gets a pass mark for Budget 2020, which outlined significant spending to stimulate the economy, with a huge focus on jobs and training. This… Read more »


Reflecting trust in Aotearoa’s NGO social services through Budget 2020 investment

May 8, 2020

The Council of Christian Social Services, Social Service Providers Aotearoa and Philanthropy New Zealand have written a letter to the Prime Minister and senior Cabinet Ministers requesting that: Government addresses the social sector funding gap so… Read more »


Reinventing the humble funding agreement

May 8, 2020

  Kate Frykberg is a Philanthropy and Community Advisor, chair of Te Muka Rau and board member of the Innovation Unit Australia New Zealand.  In her most recent blog she discusses the need for funding relationship agreements to be seen in a… Read more »


Survey of COVID-19 impact on the community sector

April 24, 2020

Hui E! Community Aotearoa, Volunteering New Zealand, the Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy New Zealand met this morning to progress the development of a survey of the community sector. The purpose of the survey… Read more »