Not-for-profit Law
Legal help for community organisations

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Who we work with and how we are funded

Not-for-profit Law receives funding from member law firms, philanthropic institutions, government grants and donors. We also have our social enterprise, Not-for-profit Legal Training, that provides tailored training on a fee-for-service basis. Our member law firms assist in providing pro bono legal services to our clients, as well as providing in-kind support through secondments and access to resources. We also work in collaboration with academic institutions and not-for-profit sector peak bodies.

Funders of Not-for-profit Law

Current funders of Not-for-Profit Law include:

  • City of Canterbury Bankstown - Stronger Communities Fund
  • City of Melbourne - Community Grants Program
  • Legal Services Board Grants Program
  • New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council
  • New South Wales Government through the Department of Family and Community Services
  • The Marian and E.H. Flack Trust
  • The Perpetual IMPACT Partnership Program
  • Victorian Government through the Community Support Fund
  • William Buckland Foundation

We also acknowledge the contribution of many significant funders in the development of the Not-for-profit Law service since its inception in 2008.

Partners and supporters of Not-for-profit Law

We work in partnership with a range of institutions and organisations on innovative projects, secondments, capacity building, law and policy reform and student placements. We are grateful for the support of:

  • Australian Institute of Company Directors
  • Australian Council of Social Service
  • Australian Taxation Office 
  • Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies at the Queensland University of Technology
  • Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand
  • Community Council of Australia
  • CPA Australia
  • Fundraising Institute of Australia
  • Melbourne Law School
  • Neota Logic
  • New South Wales Council of Social Service
  • Public Fundraising Regulatory Association
  • Philanthropy Australia
  • Social Traders
  • Swinburne University of Technology
  • the Victorian Council of Social Service, and
  • Volunteering Victoria.

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