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November 13, 2019

PIPP uses a mixed method approach and is gathering observational data from a cohort of grantseekers and grantmakers.

October 30, 2019

The findings of the Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practise Model will have its impacts among grantmakers, grantseekers, and on the beneficiaries of Australia.

October 16, 2019

The importance of the discoveries in the Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practice Model report are twofold: They give a snapshot of the current philanthropy landscape, showing what the current state of play is in Australia compared to other countries; and they give a baseline for future work to be built on.

The present

Philanthropy in Australia in its curren...

October 3, 2019

The Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practise Model report is the result of an analysis of the practises of grantmakers supporting not-for-profit organisations in Australia. Grantmakers and grantseekers were surveyed and interviewed to better understand how they approached giving, social impact and the use of evidence in decision-making. The report draws on...

September 20, 2019

On the surface it seems that PIPP’s work only really benefits a select few people. Improving philanthropic impact will only help the not-for-profit organisations that take money from the grantmaking organisations, which means…what?

Improving how money is given can mean life or death for not-for-profits

When philanthropists fund not-for-profit organisations,...

September 5, 2019

PIPP is a cohort-based research and learning project at the University of Melbourne dedicated to improving the impact of philanthropy in Australia.

The Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practise Model report showed that the impact of philanthropy in Australia could be significantly improved in a number of areas. The research found that while 78% of philanthro...

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