Fundraising, a teen perspective

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My son (now 13)  has been raised in an entrepreneurial environment so it doesn’t really surprise me that when his Fiverr account hit 20,000 views per month he asked if I’d like to buy a link – $10 per month or $15 for lifetime. So when he started following online gamers I was annoyed (from a parenting perspective) but simultaneously curious …

The commodity of connection

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If your organisation relies on government funding for survival no doubt you’re starting to get a bit worried about the future.  A few weeks ago I posted an introduction to Evolve Network’s ‘giving’ series which commenced with the feature on giving that brings community together. Over the next few weeks I’m going to share some ideas with you about engaging philanthropic …

Why I love regional Australia

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When the Regional Australia Institute called for ‘returners’, (that is people who grew up in the country, moved to the big smoke and returned) to participate in a research project I almost jumped down the phone line in anticipation of being part of the project. Talking point: Returning to Regional Australia, Regional Australia Institute 2014 There are so many things …