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    Going the distance for autism

    Going the distance for autism

    16 Dec 2010 by Emily Morgan

    CONSIDERING one in 150 children are on the autism spectrum, there are plenty of parents in Western Australia experiencing the challenges that come with the condition. ...

    Finding funds to deliver dreams

    Finding funds to deliver dreams

    09 Dec 2010 by Emily Morgan

    DISABILITY employment organisation Westcare Industries hosted its annual breakfast to celebrate International Day of People with a Disability this week. ...

    Profitability a community concern

    Profitability a community concern

    14 Oct 2010 by Emily Morgan

    ST John of God Hospital may most commonly be thought of as a birthing hospital but there’s a lot more than meets the eye to the medical giant, with a foundation in the same name involved across a range of community services and healthcare projects. ...

    Balloon goes up on asthma plan

    Balloon goes up on asthma plan

    09 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    MOVING from the corporate sector to a role at a not-for-profit organisation may to some signal a downshift in workload, but David Johnson says his new position at Asthma Foundation WA has meant a full diary and a challenging start. ...

    Another hill to climb for cancer

    Another hill to climb for cancer

    02 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    SMALL businesses can sometimes struggle to effectively connect with the not-for-profit sector – there may be a lack of focus as to which sector to support, or a feeling the presence of corporate players is overwhelming their contribution. ...

    Research passion in the blood

    Research passion in the blood

    19 Aug 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Professor Ralph Martins has dedicated his life to finding a test and cure for Alzheimer’s. ...

    Ngala a goldmine for parents

    Ngala a goldmine for parents

    12 Aug 2010 by Emily Morgan

    EARLY parenting support organisation Ngala was established in 1890 amid international economic uncertainty while, in Western Australia, there was a rush to the goldfields of Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie. ...

    Synergy of like-minded partners

    Synergy of like-minded partners

    15 Jul 2010 by Emily Morgan

    As the economy emerges from the financial slow-down, many not for profit organisations are learning that strategic partnerships are the best way to generate a supportive relationship, not only for fundraising but for in-kind support as well. ...

    Finding funding for Freo homeless

    Finding funding for Freo homeless

    01 Jul 2010 by Emily Morgan

    DESPITE an increased focus on homelessness by both state and federal governments of late, services in Fremantle are bursting at the seams, with needs growing beyond the capacity of financial support. ...

    Green Rock signs heating deal with UWA

    Green Rock signs heating deal with UWA

    22 Jun 2010 by Edited announcement

    West Perth-based Green Rock has signed an agreement with the University of Western Australia to use geothermal energy to cool and heat commercial buildings. ...

    Strategy shift for leukaemia message

    Strategy shift for leukaemia message

    10 Jun 2010 by Adam Orlando

    THE Leukaemia Foundation of Western Australia will undergo a major restructure in a bid to reposition the Balcatta-based charity’s brand in Western Australia. ...

    HeartKids builds on relationships

    HeartKids builds on relationships

    03 Jun 2010 by Adam Orlando

    REGISTERED charity HeartKids WA was established in 1979 by a group of parents dealing with the day-to-day realities of childhood heart disease. ...

    Navitas to open 2nd Scottish college

    Navitas to open 2nd Scottish college

    30 Apr 2010 by Edited announcement

    Education services provider Navitas has agreed to set up an international college at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, its second deal with a Scottish university this year. ...

    Navitas up on record enrolments news

    Navitas up on record enrolments news

    01 Apr 2010 by Russell Quinn

    Shares in global education services provider, Navitas have climbed after announcing its student enrolments for the first semester this year are at record highs, a 16 per cent increase on the previous corresponding period. ...

    Red Sky Ride aiming for blue sky

    Red Sky Ride aiming for blue sky

    01 Apr 2010 by Adam Orlando

    WHEN both Deb Macksy and Kim Gilbert lost relatives to cancer in 2007, the business owners felt compelled to ensure the survival of struggling SolarisCare Foundation, which had helped their families cope with the disease. ...

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