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The days of ‘set and forget’ generosity is on the decline with donors of all ages expecting a more personalised experience from charities and NFPs.
It can be difficult to know what to buy, and in our latest research we find which gifts Aussies are most hoping for this year … and the worst ones too!
Our latest research shows that Australians are in favour of donations to charity replacing the traditional gifts received at Christmas.
This is about more than a scorched and dusty, dry land. What some are calling the worst drought in living memory seems to have more to it than just that.
More than 1 in 5 Australians (21%) have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months, meaning they ran out of food and were unable to buy more.
Events in Australia are big business. It ranks 8th amongst the top 50 countries for business events, a sector that accounts for AUD $1.48 trillion per year.
Diana is a hair stylist and public health advocate. Chestnut hair, warm smile and caring towards others. She’s also a five-time suicide attempt survivor.
While R U OK day has led to important breakthroughs for many people and has likely saved lives, too many people nod and say, “yep I’m ok”, when they’re not.
For affordability reasons, young adults staying at home longer even when they start their own families, they are more likely to live with their parents.