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The Association and NFP Conference is a two-day event that offers not for profit organisations and associations the opportunity to learn from leaders within the industry. You will have the chance to connect with leading experts in the same industry and to gain critical insight on the latest topics of high-level importance.
Services for non-profits
Visit our 'Resources' page for links to useful services for non-profits including consultants, accountants, software etc.
Do you offer a service to non-profits? Contact us to advertise here or on the website
NFP Resource website averages around 2000 visitors per month, predominantly from NZ. This newsletter is mailed to over 670 addressees per month
Not-for-Profit.org.nz - website posts
These posts were recently added to the NFP Resource website:
Visit the webpage for links to selected news items about charities and non-profits in New Zealand.
Recent articles linked from the page include:
- Charities see more crypto donations. Who is benefiting? (International)
- Charities still under strain two years on from the pandemic (Australia)
- Legal expert says Destiny Church unlikely to be deregistered as charity despite 12,000 people signing petition
- Charities’ race for the piggy bank slows
- Covid hits charities hard: arts, culture and heritage suffers the most – JBWere report
- Public continue to donate to aid causes – despite Covid
- BDO And ImpactLab Team Up To Launch New Competition To Help Organisations Understand And Grow Their Social Impact
Read these articles and others here
Workshops, Seminars, Training, and events for non-profits
Due to the Covid Lockdown, many upcoming face to face meetings etc have been rescheduled or replaced by on-line events. We have tried to keep up with changes and our NFP Resource website page has a number of links to these and other workshops.
Are you running a training session? If you are running a training session or organising a conference of general interest to non-profits please let us know so that we can include the information in our calendar.
In October the Council for International Development (CID) released its annual survey of the aid sector. According to the report, New Zealanders contributed $196million to aid charities in 2020-2021. This is less than the high of $215million in 2016 but similar to the amount given in the year before Covid. <More details>
The Economic Development, Science and Innovation Committee has completed its examination of the Incorporated Societies Bill and recommends to Parliament that it be passed. The Bill will now go the Parliament and ultimately be referred to its second reading. The House will debate the report and vote on the Bill. <More details>
The next NFP Resource newsletter will be published at the end of January. The website will be updated throughout the period
TechSoup New Zealand is a registered charity and not-for-profit organisation committed to building stronger communities through technology.
TechSoup New Zealand supports the sector through donated and discounted IT products, online training, and specialised consulting services. Their program is free to join and access.
Click here to learn more about TechSoup New Zealand.
TechSoup New Zealand Donated and Discounted Technology
TechSoup New Zealand provides the New Zealand charity sector with significant discounts on the IT hardware and software you need the most. receive up to 96% off RRP on brands such as Microsoft, Adobe, Amazon, Zoom, Lenovo, Acer, and many more.
Click here to access TechSoup New Zealand’s Donated and Discounted technology catalogue.
TechSoup New Zealand Upcoming Webinars
TechSoup run Webinars and online training programs, designed specifically for the needs of people working in not-for-profits, with many free to attend.
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