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    WA backing for impact investing

    WA backing for impact investing

    25 Sep 2019 by Madeleine Stephens

    A new alliance was launched in Perth this month to promote investment in organisations focused on environmental, social and cultural good while also creating financial returns. ...

    WA winner in national women's biz awards

    WA winner in national women's biz awards

    17 May 2019 by Business News

    Managing director and founder of KAS Accounting Solutions Jodie Silvester has won the 2019 Telstra Australian business women’s small business award. ...

    ICA declares bushfires a catastrophe

    ICA declares bushfires a catastrophe

    08 Jan 2016 by Fraser Beattie

    The small Western Australian township of Yarloop appears to have been virtually wiped out and three residents are unaccounted for following an unpredictable bushfire, with the Insurance Council of Australia declaring it a catastrophe. ...

    Private health insurance rates tipped to rise

    Private health insurance rates tipped to rise

    22 Jan 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Australians with private health insurance could be hit with premium increases of up to 7 per cent from April 1. ...

    Bankwest launches foundation, pledges $5m

    Bankwest launches foundation, pledges $5m

    04 Sep 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    Bankwest today launched its new charity, which will raise funds for community initiatives, as well as a scholarship program that aims to better the lives of Western Australians, and has pledged $1 million per year to the charity for five years. ...

    Events key for Esther Foundation

    Events key for Esther Foundation

    01 Oct 2009 by Dan Wilkie

    THE social calendar is littered with cocktail fundraisers, charity balls, and other gala events designed to keep not-for-profit organisations in business. ...

    Record funds raised in downturn

    Record funds raised in downturn

    17 Sep 2009 by Adam Orlando

    TWO not-for-profit organisations this month demonstrated that carefully planned and targeted fundraising activities can achieve outstanding results in spite of the poor economic conditions. ...

    More bang needed from each buck

    More bang needed from each buck

    10 Sep 2009 by Adam Orlando

    THE state government needs to increase the number of partnerships with the not-for-profit sector with an emphasis on improving access to funding, according to EON Foundation chair Caroline de Mori. ...

    Charities brace for demand surge

    Charities brace for demand surge

    27 Aug 2009 by Adam Orlando

    IF deteriorating income streams and skyrocketing costs weren't enough, charities are now bracing for a tougher year ahead with an expected surge in demand for services through 2010. ...

    Sponsorship deal to clear the air

    Sponsorship deal to clear the air

    20 Aug 2009 by Adam Orlando

    WESFARMERS Energy has recently signed a major two-year sponsorship agreement with the Asthma Foundation of WA. ...

    One percenters make a difference

    One percenters make a difference

    13 Aug 2009 by Jonathan Barrett

    THE moment the paperwork arrived, Perth finance broker Tony Herbert knew setting up an NGO wasn't feasible. ...

    Charities trim campaign spend

    Charities trim campaign spend

    06 Aug 2009 by Adam Orlando

    SIXTY per cent of Australian charities have reported falling revenues during the past six months with two thirds predicting a further loss of income during the next year. ...

    Marketing cause has an effect

    Marketing cause has an effect

    25 Jun 2009 by Adam Orlando

    CAUSE-RELATED marketing campaigns continue to deliver strong results for charities, despite the difficult economy and dwindling consumer confidence. ...

    Resources sector invests in the arts

    Resources sector invests in the arts

    18 Jun 2009 by Adam Orlando

    SUPPORTING Western Australia's arts sector is part and parcel of being a resources company, according to Oakajee Port and Rail (OPR) chief executive Christopher Eves. ...

    Farmers cut out the middleman

    Farmers cut out the middleman

    04 Jun 2009 by Adam Orlando

    WESTERN Australian farmers and growers are feeling the effects of the economic downturn as the big supermarket chains put the squeeze on their supply chain. ...

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