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You may have heard of - and hopefully participated in - the Philanthropy Popquiz which Stacey Thomas of The Myer Family Company has run on a weekly basis via email and Twitter for over a year. The Philanthropy Popquizzes are intended as interesting conversation starters around the relationship between philanthropy, the community organisations philanthropists seek to assist, and the people that interact with both.
Stacey has generously offered Philanthropy Australia the chance to take over the Popquiz and after a couple of months’ hiatus it is ready for re-launch. We’re looking forward to sharing these snapshots of opinion and generating some conversations!
In keeping with Stacey’s successful format, we’re sticking with one topic per quiz which should take no more than 3 minutes to complete. Results from previous popquizzes will be available on our website; you can also subscribe to the fortnightly email update via the Popquiz page. We’ll share the results here on the philanthropyOz Blog, and also encourage discussion via Facebook and Twitter.
This fortnight’s Philanthropy Popquiz is on:
Do you make your annual report (including financial statements) available, and why?
We encourage you to participate and share with your networks. And of course, if you have any burning questions for consideration as future popquizzes, please leave your suggestions in the Popquiz comments.
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