We're back again to help promote innovation for the community sector. They do a lot of good work, and they are often 'rewarded' by government with annual cuts to their funding (called efficiency dividends).
You can help.
Here are a few facts for you from a the Summary of a QUT paper called 'The State of Queensland Charities', written by Prof Myles McGregor-Lowndes and Marie Crittall from the Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS).
How Big are Charities Operating in Queensland?
How Many Full- and Part-time Staff are Employed by Queensland Charities?
How Many Volunteers are Engaged by Queensland Charities?