Social Justice

We must invest more in mental health

This World Mental Health Day on October 10, Wendy Brooks and Partners is joining the WHO’s call for a massive scale-up in investment in mental health. Mental illness is very common – 1 in 5 Australians are affected by mental illness annually. Despite this, mental health is one of the most neglected areas of Australia’s […]

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News

Be grateful on World Gratitude Day

World Gratitude Day is celebrated every year on the 21st of September. The celebration of this day is an opportunity for individuals and organisations to celebrate their blessings and be grateful. What is gratitude? Gratitude, in the simplest of terms, means ‘being thankful’ and ‘showing appreciation and kindness’.  In Harvard’s positive psychology research, gratitude is […]

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Social Justice

R U OK?Day – let’s connect with and support those around us

R U OK?Day is Thursday 10 September 2020. It’s a national day of action to remind Australians that every day is the day to ask, “Are you OK?” if someone in your world is struggling with life’s ups and downs. ‘There’s more to say after R U OK?’ 2020 has been a challenging year for […]

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Fundraising

Gifts in Wills – are you ready to elevate your current program?

We recently launched our Client Value Program and ran our first session on Gifts in Wills. It was a great opportunity for us to get our clients together to meet each other, connect during these strange (and often isolating) times and for us to share our intellectual property when it comes to setting up or […]

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Fundraising

webinar: fundraising in a crisis

As we navigate uncharted territory, one thing doesn’t change – the need to support vulnerable people, groups, communities and the planet remains and may even be greater than before. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, we couldn’t hold our first 2020 Disruptive Ideas Forum in person. However, we felt that our topic – fundraising in a crisis – was as important now than ever. […]

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