The QFCC recently surveyed more than 4,000 Queensland adults to better understand what drives help-seeking, help-offering and help-accepting behaviours in relation to parenting. The Talking Families research report is now available along with statewide snapshots highlighting some of the key...
Many people who access help from community legal centres are likely to have unmanageable State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) debts, as a result of their interactions with the criminal justice system and limited financial capacity. In this webinar, Cameron Lavery from QPILCH goes through the...
Changes to the treatment of reportable fringe benefits might affect your staff receiving family assistance or youth income support payments. From 1 January 2017, when calculating eligibility for family assistance and youth income support payments, 100 per cent of reportable fringe benefits will be...
Perpetual distributes more than $80 million annually to non-profit organisations on behalf of charitable trusts and endowments. Non-profit organisations can apply for funding through their annual granting program – the IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program . Organisations can apply for up to $200...
Wesley Mission Queensland’s Campaign for Change is looking for the state’s best and brightest innovators. Campaign for Change is a chance for you to make your bright ideas a reality and to make a real difference in your local community. This year Wesley Mission Queensland, with the support of the...
The Queensland Government is committed to building a new child protection and family support system that meets the needs of children and families, now and into the future. For this system to be effective and efficient in meeting the needs of Queensland children and families, it requires a rigorous...
In October 2016, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services released Connecting care to recovery 2016-2021: A plan for Queensland's State-funded mental health, alcohol and other drug services (PDF 3.32MB). Connecting care to recovery 2016-2021 builds on the vision of My health,...
Coinciding with Anti-Poverty Week last week, the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) released ‘Poverty in Australia Report 2016’ . The report, produced in partnership with the Social Policy Research Centre at the University of NSW, shows that 731,300 children or 17.4 per cent of all...
Tenders for Youth Justice Community Partnership funding are being progressively released over October 2016 by the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. The department is refocusing funding to address the changing needs of young people in the youth justice system and will purchase new services...
Are you a QLD-based professional who uses evaluation in their work? Are you someone who works in QLD and is interested in evaluating their programs or work? Are you someone who wants to know more about how to measure outcomes and work out if you are making a difference? Are you interested in...

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