NCOSS, with the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation and icare foundation, are pleased to announce the two selected initiatives for the inaugural I4GPitch.
NCOSS has joined over 3,500 organisations and individuals in signing a joint statement that calls on the Prime Minister and Australian Parliament to respect and back the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
The Board of the Council of Social Service of New South Wales (NCOSS) has resolved that the 2017 NCOSS Annual General Meeting (AGM) will occur at 6pm on Thursday, 9th of November 2017 at Australian Technology Park, Exhibition Hall, 2 Locomotive Street, Eveleigh, NSW 2015.
EthicalJobs is providing one free registration for an NCOSS member to attend their fifth annual Not-For-Profit People Conference on 13 and 14 November at the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Expressions of Interest are now open to join the NCOSS Women Delegation at CSW62.
We’re thrilled to release this inspiring program for Investing for Good 2017, the only conference in Australia that proactively creates partnerships between key stakeholder groups in order to create social change.
Social impact investing is still in its infancy, but this case study is proof that effective collaboration can lead to financially-sustainable social outcomes. Better yet, it’s a replicable model.
Ben Gales, Executive Director Economic Policy at NSW Treasury, knows what it takes to build financially sustainable ways of creating social change. He worked on Australia’s first social impact investments, and then lead Social Enterprise Finance Australia (SEFA) for several years. He talks about the NSW Government’s plans for the future of social impact investment in the lead up to this year’s...
NCOSS strongly supports the vital role of independent representative advocacy and information organisations for people with disability and their families. Our forthcoming Pre-Budget Submission argues that the funding the NSW Government provides to these organisations must continue post 30 June 2018.
The NCOSS Pre-Budget Submission 2018/19 - No Poverty: A roadmap for a fair NSW is the outcome of extensive work across metro and regional NSW. This year, we held six conferences, two additional consultations and ran a total of 38 workshops, speaking to approximately 570 people across the state.