A Government inquiry into philanthropic giving is accepting submissions
The Australian Government Productivity Commission has begun its inquiry into drivers of philanthropic giving in Australia.
The inquiry aims to identify reforms that will boost donations to charities and not-for-profit organisations. The Commission is now accepting submissions from interested parties here.
It will also hold public meetings and draft reports for public review.
Learn more about the inquiry
If you want to learn more about the inquiry, contact our Partners, Julia Tonkin, Philip Jones or Robert Gregory from our Corporate and Commercial Team.
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