We’re looking for a high energy and positive administrator who’ll fit well in our small and passionate team. You’ll have administrative experience so you can hit the ground running. This is a 20-hour a week… Read more »
For funders concerned about this tragedy and how to best respond, please join Philanthropy New Zealand for this national webinar. More information on the agenda will be provided in the coming days.
We’ve been getting wonderful support from our overseas philanthropic community since March 15’s terrorist attack. Carol Mack from the Association of Charitable Foundations let us know about a series of tweets from her Board Member… Read more »
Aotearoa pre March 15 seems an eternity ago. What a difference seven days can make. It feels like we’re a sadder country, a hurting people. We’re ashamed of what happened and, at the same time,… Read more »
We are reeling from the terrorist attack in Christchurch on Friday 15 March leaving 50 people dead, and many injured. Philanthropy New Zealand is committed to helping our members and the wider community connect to… Read more »
By Yvonne Trask, Relationship and Event Manager, Philanthropy New Zealand — What better way to start a new blog, from an organisation whose name people struggle to spell, than with a really big word? 2018… Read more »
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.