The announcement that the Federal Government will move to waive all Robodebts confirms that the system was flawed from the start in subjecting many of Tasmania’s most vulnerable to unfair, impersonal and damaging treatment.
The announcement that the Federal Government will move to waive all Robodebts was a significant advocacy win for TasCOSS, the COSS Network and many other allies and supporters across the industry.
Emergency relief organisations provide services directly to regional communities statewide. Please contact an organisation for advice and assistance.
One of the most fundamental principles of governance is the composition of your board. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron dig into Principle 3 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles with the help of Rick Marton.
TasCOSS has been awarded a grant from Energy Consumers Australia to continue its Tasmanian Affordable Energy Project.
The issues register report summarises the key issues TasCOSS has been made aware of and the actions that have been taken — or are underway — to address them.
The funding recipients from the State Government’s Essential Technology Fund have been determined with a total of $350,000 being distributed to 61 community service organisations around the state.
In episode two of the Take Me To Your Board podcast, Bridget and Cameron delve into arguably one of the most important of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles — Principle 7: Transparency and Accountability with the help of TasCOSS Board President Alex McKenzie.
This week the COSS Network partnered with Professor David Gilchrist and Thomas Emery (University of Western Australia) to present two focused webinars on JobKeeper Payment applicability and accounting for not-for-profits and charities.
In the debut episode of the Take Me To Your Board (TMTYB) podcast your hosts Bridget Delaney and Cameron Allen explore the best options for not-for-profit organisations dealing with the current crisis. They are joined by Principal Consultant at Marketing Solutions, Georgie Ibbott, who also serves as Chair of the Volunteering Tasmania Board.