Vu Le (“voo lay”) is the author of the extremely successful blog Nonprofit AF. A US-based writer drawing from 12 years of working in the not-for-profit sector, he creates humorous posts about the sector, but with… Read more »
The Modern Māori Quartet performing at TSB Community Trust’s 30-year celebration in June 2018 The 12 Community Trusts that emerged from the New Zealand Government’s banking deregulation in the late 1980s celebrated their 30th anniversaries… Read more »
Longer term contracts, funding the full costs of services, less onerous reporting requirements, flexibility to try new things, and the ability to work with families and whānau more holistically were among the community sector’s key… Read more »
Philanthropy New Zealand’s Annual General Meeting. Please RSVP by 30 November.
On #GivingTuesday, Kiwis can give themselves both a congratulatory pat on the back and a gentle push to do more. #GivingTuesday, on Tuesday November 27, is a global movement that celebrates giving of all… Read more »
After 45 years of running open grant application rounds the Todd Foundation is now pro-actively seeking funding partners to create sustainable, long-term social change. When the Todd Foundation staff and board got together for their… Read more »
We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Philanthropy New Zealand’s new Chief Executive, Sue McCabe. Sue will be joining our Wellington-based team from the end of November. Sue has a diverse professional… Read more »
A convening of Philanthropy New Zealand’s Environment, Youth, Family Philanthropy and Education Funders’ Networks in Wellington. Free for PNZ members.
The redevelopment of a community funding strategy that supports Council vision and targets where need is greatest has been a big focus of the Hutt City Council’s Community Funding team. Philanthropy News spoke to Melanie… Read more »
A new approach to governance and investment training for trustees on philanthropic and grantmaking boards that invest and distribute funds.