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Alzheimer's Australia makes information available in 21 languages

Posted on 17/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
The national peak body for people living with dementia, Alzheimer's Australia, made information sheets available in six new languages today (August 17), bringing the total count up to 21. Hindi, Indonesian, Khmer, Maltese, Sinhalese and Tamil are the latest dialects to be added, joining a range of others including Arabic, Croatian, Greek and Vietnamese.

Are you an U.G.L.Y bartender?

Posted on 16/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
The Leukaemia Foundation is on the lookout for U.G.L.Y bartenders to help them raise money for people with blood problems. Don't worry, this fundraising campaign isn't a beauty pageant - U.G.L.Y stands for Understanding, Generous, Likeable, You! If you put your hand up to be one of these volunteers, then you will help raise funds to go towards important leukaemia support.

Funding available for nonprofits who want to invest in new technologies: WA

Posted on 16/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
The Western Australia government has made funding available to businesses and nonprofits who are interested in investing in new technologies and embracing e-commerce. State minister for science and innovation John Day made an announcement on Monday (August 13), encouraging organisations to apply for a grant. Eligible companies and nonprofits need to be able to show that they have programs to get their members online and involved in the digital economy. Initiatives could receive up to $50,000 per project, depending on the funding available.

Cancer Council rejoices over High Court ruling on plain packaging tobacco

Posted on 15/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
One Australian charity, the Cancer Council, has expressed happiness and relief at the news that the High Court has sided with health organisations and supported the plain packaging of cigarettes. From December 1 2012, all tobacco products will have to be free of branding, industry logos, colours and promotional text in order to be sold in Australia.

Are you wearing a beanie for Acquired Brain Injury Awareness Week?

Posted on 14/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
If you have seen a few more people wearing blue beanies over the past two days, then don't worry you're not missing out on some underground fashion trend - it's just Acquired Brain Injury Awareness Week! To raise money and awareness about brain injury, Synapse has organised a new campaign called BANGONABEANIE, hence why so many people are keeping their heads warm with these fluffy hats.

DONORTEC: Cisco, Kaspersky and Sophos add new products for not-for-profits

Posted on 13/08/12 by Ben Teoh
Looking for networking hardware or security software for your not-for-profit? New donations and discounts from Cisco, Kaspersky and Sophos for not-for-profits are here!

#npau tweetchat - being a responsible Facebook Page admin

Posted on 13/08/12 by Ben Teoh
It's happening. The law is starting to catch up with social media and we're seeing more cases of Facebook Pages becoming responsible for the content posted on their Timeline or comments made by others.

New Woolworths campaign hopes to raise thousands for children's hospitals

Posted on 13/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
Supermarkets have long been an ideal fundraising location for nonprofits and charity organisations. From hosting sausage sizzles near the car parks to selling merchandise by the front doors, any place near a shopping centre is bound to be inundated with people all day long. This may be one of the reasons behind why Woolworths has managed to raise a phenomenal $69 million for charities and community initiatives over the past 20 years.

Do all charity organisations need to register with the ACNC?

Posted on 13/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
As we slowly edge closer to October 1, the official opening of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), it seems that many organisations have lots of burgeoning questions for the Implementation Taskforce.

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea 2012 hits the $12 million mark

Posted on 10/08/12 by Connecting Up N...
It's always a bit nerve racking to see charity organisations set massive fundraising targets for themselves. However, more often than not aiming high pays off - charities seem to be able to bring in more and more donations every year. We saw this in May with the Mother's Day Classic, a charity event that broke all previous records by fundraising over $4 million.

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