Growing our collective understanding of child and family support organisations to inform an approach to industry development. This report provides a profile of 200 organisations delivering child and family services, and presents a business maturity scorecard against key business success domains.
Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA) and our Foundation Members support the findings of Not Now Not Ever – Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland released in February 2015.
Queensland Rail has partnered with a number of community groups and government departments to deliver domestic and family violence prevention campaigns to challenge community attitudes and behaviours that allow domestic and family violence to occur.
A comprehensive Social Impact Investment Strategy is an effective approach to increasing investment in the Community Services Industry (Industry) and facilitating the achievement of high-quality social and economic outcomes for individuals and the community.
Australia’s CEO Challenge works with the business sector to prevent domestic violence—because people affected by or who use violence are the same people employed in our workplaces and living in our community: they are our co-workers and employees, our customers and suppliers, and our friends, neighbours and family.
This information sheet describes national charities that operate across state and territory borders based on the first Annual Information Statements filed with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
The Community Services Industry Alliance calls on an elected government to establish a Social Investment Taskforce resourced with a three million dollar budget over two years to demonstrate leadership to the rest of Australia in cultivating social investment in Queensland.
The Queensland Treasurer, Curtis Pitt, delivered the Palaszuzuk Government’s first budget on the 14th of July 2015. The purpose of this briefing paper to Foundation Members is to signpost the Budget for the Community Services Industry – with a look beyond the Industry’s traditional social focus to the broader economic policy agenda.
The Community Services Industry Alliance calls on an elected government to establish a $15 million Transition and Innovation Fund to provide the Community Services Industry with the knowledge, skills and finance to help re-engineer the Industry to successfully implement large scale service delivery reform
The Community Services Industry Alliance calls on an elected government to continue to work with Industry to review the procurement and contracting life cycle for community service organisations with a focus on an Investing in Outcomes framework in Queensland.