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I Do My Own PR

Jocelyne Simpson & Nik Robinson - the people behind I Do My Own PR

Posted on 09/10/17 by Sam Lloyd
  When we first started working with Jocelyne & Nik, we were excited to bring on a new partner offering such a unique service. Unless you have media training, even the phrase "PR" can... Read More
What you need to know about Single Touch Payroll

What you need to know about Single Touch Payroll (STP)

Posted on 03/10/17 by guest author
  What is Single Touch Payroll? Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a government initiative to simplify reporting obligations for businesses and organisations. It’s a reporting change for... Read More

Meditation Centre focused on future thanks to hi-tech help

Posted on 03/10/17 by Grant Smyth
Proponents of one of the oldest self-help techniques are using some of the newest technology thanks to a Google AdWords grant and training from Australian not-for-profit technology enabler Connecting... Read More

Cutting through for Community Sector Banking – and for communities

Posted on 20/09/17 by Grant Smyth
An innovative multi-channel awareness strategy developed by Fifty Acres – The Communications Agency, is providing critical cut-through in sharing the unique, community-first values of its key client... Read More

Making a difference for not-for-profits during Open State 2017

Posted on 18/09/17 by Grant Smyth
Open State is set to inspire new thinking and action through more than 160 mainly free events from 28 September until 8 October, including workshops, seminars, keynotes and tours.  As part of... Read More

Digital technology helps hand differences community to reach out

Posted on 18/09/17 by Grant Smyth
When Elizabeth Serpell’s son David had to undergo hand surgery at just ten months because of an unknown condition called ‘symbrachydactyly’, she was inspired to help people in similar situations find... Read More

New festival brings the Human touch to hi-tech community impact and story telling

Posted on 17/09/17 by Olivier Maennel
The Festival of Good Humans, by Connecting Up, in partnership with Community Sector Banking, will be a key part of this year's Open State festival. Connecting Up CEO Anne Gawen speaking at the... Read More
IT Connect Program

What is the IT Connect Program?

Posted on 06/09/17 by Sam Lloyd
    Since introducing the IT Connect Program, we've had a lot of questions about it - what it is, who it's for, how it works, and why we're doing it. So we thought we'd take some... Read More

Virtual impact boot camp kicks off

Posted on 05/09/17 by Grant Smyth
The event, a part of the inaugural Festival of Good Humans, will see Connecting Up and the New Venture Institute (NVI) at Flinders University show organisations how to measure social impact trends,... Read More

Cloud tech takes Local Learning and Employment to the next level

Posted on 05/09/17 by Grant Smyth
Cloud capabilities made possible through Microsoft Office 365 are helping a Victorian Local Learning and Employment Network continue its critical work in supporting schools, community organisations... Read More

Act now to access $40 million to improve your neighbourhood

Posted on 01/09/17 by Grant Smyth
With the 8 September deadline for the current round of Fund My Neighbourhood projects coming up soon, you will need to act quickly to improve your local community.    Fund... Read More
Interview with Kate Sunners from Strategic Grants

Interview with a Storyteller - Kate Sunners, Strategic Grants

Posted on 27/08/17 by Sam Lloyd
Kate Sunners is the Communications and Grants Strategist at Strategic Grants. A natural-born storyteller, Kate’s career highlights include manuscript and book reviewer, freelance copywriter,... Read More
New Discount Partner - I Do My Own PR

Now You Can Say "I Do My Own PR"

Posted on 22/08/17 by Sam Lloyd
While a public relations campaign can be an incredible boost to your fundraising efforts, the reality is that most NFPs simply can't afford the agency fees involved. That's why we are particularly... Read More

Workshops now on - $40 million to improve your neighbourhood

Posted on 21/08/17 by Grant Smyth
Free information sessions are being held across South Australia to help communities improve their local areas through the South Australian Government’s $40 million “Fund My... Read More

Help your networks access $40 million to improve their communities

Posted on 17/08/17 by Sean
The South Australian Government’s $40 million “Fund My Neighbourhood” initiative is giving South Australians the chance to put forward their best ideas to improve their local area... Read More

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