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Jewish University System is a 501(C)(3) non-for-profit organization that offers doctoral degrees with religious modifiers in the areas of Educational Leadership, Psychology & Jewish & Religious Studies. This up-and-coming University is also focusing on tackling social justice issues such as antisemitism, discrimination, domestic violence, human trafficking, employment harassment, and Cyber-Security, just to name a few. To enroll simply visit: www.jewishuniversitysystem.net and click on the a ...
 
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What a rollercoaster of challenges 2021 has been for small non-profits! It's also been a year where small non-profits have shown themselves to be small but mighty: adapting to challenges, succeeding during a global pandemic, and embracing the digital world. In the final episode for 2021 Bianca and Kirsty share their highlights for small non-profits…
 
Social media is an important part of every small non-profit’s digital arsenal, but often leaders of small organisations can find it hard to make time to engage on social media. In this episode of Short Stuff, social media specialist & Co-Founder of the Small Non-Profits Alliance, Kirsty Wallett, shares three easy ways you can engage with your suppo…
 
Small charities are often more in touch with their donors than larger charities, and starting out in their fundraising efforts can be challenging on many fronts. So, what can small charities do to ensure they are acting ethically? In this episode Bianca chats to Katherine Raskob, the CEO of Fundraising Institute Australia (FIA) - the professional f…
 
When we're working tirelessly in the for-purpose space, it's important to find inspiration and hope from other sources In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca Crocker shares four books that are essential reads for non-profit leaders. Content note: this episode was recorded before the passing of author and holocaust survivor Eddie Jaku, mentioned in …
 
Dr Chrisanta Muli's grandmother didn't get past grade two in school. So her mother was raised her with a determination to ensure her daughter and granddaughter didn't suffer the same fate. Fast forward to her generation and Chrisanta is a feminist academic, gender justice expert, and the CEO of One Girl, a small but mighty international development…
 
It's time to bust some non-profit myths! In this episode Bianca and Kirsty bust four commonly-held myths about small organisations in the non-profit sector, covering contentious topics like whether charities should make a profit, operating without a website and if non-profits should really have paid staff. For more resources created specifically fo…
 
Prue Ingram began her career as a speech pathologist. Fast forward 20 years and Prue is an experienced CEO and leader in the non-profit sector, leading international development organisation, Assisi Aid. Prue shares her leadership journey with Bianca, from her experience across the international development space and her tips for the challenging na…
 
Just because you’re a small charity, doesn’t mean you should exclude major donors from your fundraising strategy. In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca explains why some philanthropists prefer to give to a smaller charity and what make major donors tick, so you can better engage and inspire your biggest supporters. Our Small But Mighty 'Short Stuf…
 
CN: child sexual assault, homicide -- Sonya Ryan dedicates herself to promoting internet safety for children and teenagers through the Carly Ryan Foundation, established in memory of her daughter Carly, who was murdered by an online predator posing as a teenage boy, 14 years ago. Sonya has worked tirelessly in her small charity to influence some mi…
 
Getting positive media coverage for your cause is harder than ever, but with the right knowledge of news, getting positive PR for your organisation is something every small non-profit can achieve. In this episode of Short Stuff Kirsty, a former journalist, shares her five fundamentals for gaining media coverage for your non-profit. Our Small But Mi…
 
It's Reconciliation Week and this year's theme is More than a word. Reconciliation takes action, urging the reconciliation movement towards braver and more impactful action. Bianca chats to proud Yugambeh man and community consultant Mark Watego, about how small non-profits can work towards reconciliation. Mark explains why Reconciliation is an ong…
 
It's time to bust some non-profit myths! In this episode Bianca and Kirsty bust four commonly-held myth within the non-profit sector, covering contentious topics like how often you should post on social media and the admin costs of running a charity. For more resources created specifically for small non-profits join the Small Non-Profits Alliance f…
 
A fundraising plan is one of the most important documents you’ll put together for your small non-profit. Not only is it a road map for your fundraising efforts, it allows you to be proactive, rather than reactive. And we all know time is precious when you work in, or run, a small charity. In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca shares five must-have…
 
Everyone feels a little lonely sometimes, right? Imagine being a new migrant to Australia and knowing no one, after having a full life with a professional job, a large family and friends back home. Novela Corda experienced exactly that when she moved to Australia from Mumbai, India in 2015. So she decided to do something about it. She Co-Founded Ke…
 
Your small non-profit’s digital presence has never been more important. It’s a way to ensure robustness in the ways you communicate, fundraise and basically do the good work you’re doing. The impact of COVID and recent issues with Facebook’s news ban illustrate the dangers of having all your eggs in one digital basket. In this episode of Short Stuf…
 
Rich Stephens was in his 30s before he gave himself permission to stutter, now he's the Founder of SAY Australia, a small non-profit inspiring and supporting Aussie kids living with a stutter. Bianca chats to Rich about his experience establishing SAY Australia from the ground-up in Australia, after working with the organisation's US version. Rich …
 
2020 was a challenging year for the non-profit sector and among the many lessons, was the importance of optimism and staying well. In the for-purpose space, we’re often under-resourced, have a never-ending to do list and the risk of burnout is very real. In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca shares three tips for positive non-profit leadership; wo…
 
In the final episode for 2020 Bianca and Kirsty review the year that was, sharing two big lessons for small non-profits from the historic and challenging events of 2020. It wasn't all doom and gloom of course! It was a year of inspirational interviews with small non-profits founders and inspirational charity sector leaders. At 23.12 mins - Hear the…
 
Paediatric brain cancer is the number one disease killer of young people. When Liz Dawes’s son Robert ‘Connor’ Dawes passed away in 2013 from brain cancer at the age of just 18, she was moved to create the RCD Foundation to tackle the awful disease. In this episode, Bianca chat to Liz about the journey of losing her son, how the organisation went f…
 
Giving Tuesday 2020 is upon us! There’s still time to leverage this collective day of generosity for your small non-profit. In this episode of Short Stuff, Kirsty shares 3 simple, last minute ideas to make the most of Giving Tuesday, this Tuesday 1 December, with fundraising or support for your organisation. Our Small But Mighty 'Short Stuff' episo…
 
Taking in stray animals is in Roshana Sultan’s blood. Growing up seeing her own parents volunteering, Roshana was inspired to found her own small non-profit two years ago. After spending a decade in leadership and admin roles at the University of NSW in Sydney, Roshana established FurPetSake, a small non-profit supporting animal organisations in Fi…
 
A key ingredient to success in any non-profit is a good, well-functioning board. In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca shares four tips to banish your board’s fear of fundraising, a common problem facing many non-profits. Our Small But Mighty 'Short Stuff' episodes are advice for small non-profit success, delivered in under five minutes. For more …
 
Jewish University System is a 501(c)3 non-for-profit university that offers doctoral degrees in the areas of educational leadership, psychology, Judaic studies, as well as other religious studies. The university also tackles social justice issues such as anti-semitism, discrimination, domestic violence, human trafficking, cyber-security, employment…
 
In this episode Bianca chats to Elliot Costello, the passionate Co-Founder and Director of YGAP, and the hugely successful Polished Man fundraising campaign to end violence against children. YGAP began as a small but mighty organisation, entirely volunteer driven, and has grown into an organisation generating millions to support impact entrepreneur…
 
Matt Boyd is passionate about volunteering for the digital age and shares his tips for making the most of skilled volunteers in your small non-profit, explains how to incentivise skilled volunteers, and how to keep your volunteers happy and engaged. In this episode, Bianca chats with Matt Boyd, the Founder of Vollie, a unique organisation helping n…
 
Kirsty shares three simple tips for improving your small non-profit's social media content and growing engagement. Small But Mighty's Short Stuff is advice for small non-profit success, in under five minutes. For more social media resources created specifically for small non-profits join the Small Non-Profits Alliance for FREE here: https://smallno…
 
Did you know Facebook could already be collecting donations for your small non-profit, even if you're not registered yet? In this episode, Bianca and Kirsty talk about latest on the state of play for Facebook Fundraising in Australia. As of September 2020, new functionality fo Facebook's Fundraising platform is being rolled out daily, which is exci…
 
Tidy up your small non-profit's digital fundraising with this episode. Bianca chats to Tania Burstin from mycause.com.au - an Australian-based digital fundraising platform. In this episode you'll learn: - Why you need your website in order to make the most of digital fundraising - Why you need the digital fundraising 'plumbing' first - Why you need…
 
In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca (a certified fundraiser) shares her 'seven secrets' to improving your grant writing. There are literally thousands of grant-making bodies in Australia, including charitable trusts, public ancillary funds and private ancillary funds. These organisations - often called structured philanthropy - distribute more t…
 
It's time to get a check-up! In this light-hearted episode, Bianca and Kirsty recommend their top tips for doing your own small non-profit 'half-year health check'.The continuing COVID-19 pandemic has thrown all the usual plans for 2020 into chaos, so now is the perfect time to take your small non-profit's pulse.Bianca and Kirsty answer questions l…
 
In this uplifting episode, Bianca chats with Sean Gordon, OAM, the Founder of SchoolAid, an organisation empowering young philanthropists in schools to raise money for charitable causes.SchoolAid has helped 6500 schools participate in more than 75 campaigns, raising $5.5 million for charitable causes, both internationally and in Australia.Sean shar…
 
Small But Mighty's Short Stuff is advice for small non-profit success, in under five minutes. In this episode of Short Stuff, Kirsty - Head of Marketing at the Alliance - explains why email is your small non-profit's digital BFF (Best Friend Forever!).It's not hard to convince anyone in this new COVID-19 pandemic world, why email is an important ma…
 
In this episode of Small But Mighty, Bianca chats to Anna Donaldson, Founder and CEO of Lively, a unique and innovative Melbourne-based small non-profit employing young people to help older people stay connected.Anna shares advice on how small non-profits can work closely philanthropic funders for better outcomes, as well as how the organisation is…
 
Small But Mighty's Short Stuff is advice for small non-profit success, in under five minutes. In this episode, Alliance Founder and certified fundraiser, Bianca, shares her quick and simple tips for talking to donors about a tricky subject - bequests.The number of Australians writing Wills has increased dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic …
 
Bianca chats to Neal Taylor, Founder of Holy Fools, a grassroots small non-profit working to support the homeless and disadvantaged in the Yarra Ranges region in Victoria.Neal explains the unique challenges for the homeless and outreach services during the COVID-19 pandemic, shares his incredible journey from a career in film and TV to founding his…
 
In this episode of Short Stuff, Small Non-Profits Alliance Founder Bianca Crocker explains why 'thank you' is possibly the most important thing you'll ever say to your donors.And why, during the coronavirus pandemic, it's more vital than ever to engage with your donors.You can find the template resources referenced in this episode at https://smalln…
 
Today, the world is forwarding at a rapid pace. Finally, the era of vexing wars is over and developed countries have shifted their focus in the betterment of the whole world. This means we will be living in a much peaceful, amicable and amiable world in upcoming days. Recently, non-profit organizations and SMM panels have shifted their focus on the…
 
Given the recent challenges and changes in everyone's lives during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bianca chats with charity sector expert Margaret Scott.Bianca's conversation with experienced and expert fundraiser, Margaret looks at the current challenges charities are facing and gives practical advice for small charities during this time.Margaret Scott ha…
 
This month, Bianca chats with Judy Bowden, from the inspirational Lolly Jar Circus in South Australia. Judy tells the story of this small but mighty non-profit working to create positive change in the lives of young people via fun, social circus activity. Through the skills of tumbling, trapeze and juggling, young people learn the skills for life a…
 
With such a devastating start to 2020 for so many Australians, Bianca and Kirsty discuss the bushfire crisis, the important role of small charities and the impact on the charity sector.A thank you to volunteers and a reflection on the still-developing crisis, Bianca and Kirsty talk about the huge success of online and Facebook fundraising campaigns…
 
Join Small Non-Profits Alliance Founder Bianca and Founding Partner Kirsty as they share their Top 5 Tips to Kickstart your small non-profit in 2020.From fundraising to marketing and wellness, start 2020 off on the right foot for your small charity.Resources mentioned in this episode include; - https://smallnonprofits.com.au/ - https://www.thegrant…
 
Five years ago Ella Stratton and her husband lost their beautiful boy, Hunter, at age 12. After a normal pregnancy and delivery, and at just eight weeks old, Hunter had his first seizure. The doctors were never able to clearly diagnose the cause of Hunter’s illness.Ella's heartbreaking experience with Hunter inspired her to develop the HAS Foundati…
 
In Episode 5 of Small but Mighty, we talk to Andie Patchett from St Kilda Gatehouse, who established a social enterprise to help build financial sustainability for this small non-profit.Two years on, Andie shares with us the strength and power they've found in social enterprise, the lessons they've learnt and how community-led development has suppo…
 
In this episode of Small but Mighty, Brad King, founder of Farm Animal Rescue, shares with us how they turned a challenging situation with the government on its head. Through perseverance, people power and staying true to their values, Brad and the team at Farm Animal Rescue found a new level of success they're really proud of. You can follow the w…
 
In episode 3 of Small but Mighty, Alliance Founder, Bianca Crocker, talks to Katie Hooper, CEO of the Foster Care Association of Victoria, an organisation that has had increased in size considerably over the past ten years under Katie's leadership. As she transitions out of the organisation, Katie reflects on the slow but steady approach they've ha…
 
Alliance Founder Bianca, and Founding Partner Kirsty share their top six tips for success for fundraising and marketing for your small non-profit. With a new financial year upon us, this advice is all about sharing straightforward ideas you can start implementing in your organisation tomorrow.โดย Small Non-Profits Alliance podcast for small charities
 
In Episode 1 of Small But Mighty, the podcast for small charities, meet the team behind the Small Non-Profits Alliance, hear about the vision behind the creation of the Alliance and learn what's coming up for members of the Alliance in June and July.โดย Small Non-Profits Alliance podcast for small charities
 
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