Pro Bono’s Guide to Giving 2017

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The Guide to Giving is Australia’s most established Not for Profit and charity directory, for organisations that are seeking philanthropic funding and community interaction.

Based around two platforms there is a printed and digital version of the directory.

The printed edition is distributed free of charge to over 56,000 lawyers and CPA Australia Members. It places your organisation in the hands of influencers involved with those actively seeking an organisation to bequeath to, volunteer for or donate to.

There’s also the comprehensive online version of the Guide to Giving.

It lets you showcase your organisation with your own rich media. The digital directory is a frequently used resource for thousands of individuals seeking community organisations to connect with, donate to or engage with.

“Inclusion in the Guide to Giving is an integral part of our fundraising strategy. Pro Bono Australia do the hard work getting our brand out there, making it one of the least time consuming fundraising resources we are a part of.” – Pat Brennan, Estate Coordinator/Bequests, Mission Australia

2017 Guide to Giving bookings close September 30!

Pro Bono Australia is partnered with Criterion Conferences for the Not-for-Profit Leadership & Sustainability conference this October. Book soon to secure your place!

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Submitted by Pro Bono Australia

Pro Bono Australia

Pro Bono Australia is one of Australia’s first social businesses. Since 2000 we have provided, media, jobs, education, skilled volunteering and other resources for the common good to over one million people nationally in 2015. 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.

The name Pro Bono comes from the Latin term Pro Bono Publico – meaning ‘for the public, or common good’. The term has been used for many years by the legal and accounting professions to mean “for free” but strictly speaking pro bono actually means for good.

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