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GUIDE TO GIVING 2016


MEDIA, JOBS & RESOURCES FOR THE COMMON GOOD


Pro Bono Australia was established in 1999. We are one of Australia’s first social businesses and provide media, jobs and resources for the common good to over one million people nationally. Certified in 2013 as a B Corp organisation, today we act as the central online hub for the Not for Profit sector, the broader Social Economy and those wanting to engage with it.


WE REPORT, BROADCAST, CONNECT, ENABLE AND ADVOCATE FOR THE SECTOR.


Visit Pro Bono Australia’s website if you want to keep up with newsworthy issues, volunteer your professional skills, search for paid work in the sector, educate yourself, find a Not for Profit organisation to donate to, read about businesses and what they do to support resilient Australian communities or build your capacity through education. At our core is the belief that a robust


and engaged civil society is of utmost importance, and that the organisations making this a reality are supported, encouraged and given a voice. Pro Bono Australia provides the platforms required for this to occur.


PRO BONO AUSTRALIA ACTS AS A GATEWAY TO THE SOCIAL ECONOMY


Pro Bono Australia does not claim to represent the sector. We engage broadly with those within the sector, investigating and examining varying opinions, raising concerns and voicing issues that are often not aired by the mainstream media. Operating for over 15 years,


collaboration is at the heart of how we work. We have established a credible, trusted community voice, a voice that responds to the issues and questions you raise through our surveys and via our site.


The Guide to Giving, originally published under the Mahlab masthead, is now, proudly, in its 26th year.


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