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Partnerships are the new way to access funding for Not for profit organisations. By considering forming partnerships with like minded organisations can unlock funding that has been previously unavailable. By sharing your idea and project with others sends a good message to potential benefactors that your organisation is inclusive and community minded. A good example […]

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The word Mentor originated in Greek Mythology when Odysseus arranged for his old friend Mentor to look after his son Telemachus when Odysseus left for the Trojan War. The word mentor has now been adopted as a term meaning someone who imparts wisdom to and shares knowledge with a less experienced colleague. How can I […]

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The power of the people was at it again recently in the Melbourne bayside suburb of Seaford. A proposed new McDonald’s outlet in this quiet suburb certainly raised the ire of the local residents and led to the formation of the action group *S*eaford *C*ommunity *R*esidents *A*gainst *M*cDonalds or *SCRAM. A planning application for the […]

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Getting your message out clearly and concisely is vital these days in order to be considered an effective and respected advisory service. As an advocacy service and lobbyist it is important that we involve as many parties in our work as possible. We will be posting soon some recent success stories of our advocacy work. […]

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Resolution Junction now provides a Community Governance Audit service for the Not for Profit sector. The Community Governance Audit is suitable for the small community organisation. The Community Governance Audit will assist a Committee of Management to complete a self-audit of their own risk and compliance status. Resolution Junction can then assist the committee to […]

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Resolution Junction has been approved and registered as a Lobbyist with the Australian Government. Resolution Junction has been proud of its relationships with all levels of Government achieved by the work of its Director Greg Male over the past ten years. Greg is a past Mayor of the City of Monash and has forged strong links to […]

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Individuals or couples planning to enter the property market in the future need to be mindful of all the stresses and challenges involved in trying to reach your savings destination too soon.   To enter the property market you may between 5% to 20% of the property purchase price   You must also allow for […]

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There is a common saying popping up all the time. “If only I had known”. Well does it matter? If we demonstrate the same level of interest and friendship with our friends families and acquaintances what we do or don’t know shouldn’t really change things. One of the more disappointing comments I  have heard or read in […]

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The State Government will proceed with its inquiry into the protection of Victoria’s vulnerable children. The question is who will they talk to ? Will they talk to the people who have presided over this under funded system? Does anybody know if there is a better system and if so how would it work? There are […]

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