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Raising funds and creating revenue is essential to ensuring that your station remains sustainable. To maximise the value of existing revenue sources and best explore new opportunities, stations need to have a clear understanding of best practices and develop a plan that includes a range of revenue streams, such as donations, grants and radiothons.

Running a radio station is an expensive undertaking and accessing multiple revenue streams can help keep a station running and secure its future. But where can you get money from? And how?

An overview of different funding models: sponsorship, crowdfunding, individual donations, philanthropy, government grants, generating one's own revenue & more!

Fundraisers in regional communities who are working on local causes face a number of unique challenges. Here are four tips to help you.

Get all the facts on how people give their money to not-for-profits to help you plan your next fundraising activities.

Advertising and marketing in Australia is governed by a co-regulatory system, with regulation in the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), as well as a self-regulatory system administered by representativ

Each Australian state and territory has its own, different rules relating to fundraising. If you are planning to undertake fundraising activities, or are already doing so, you need to understand these laws and the implications for your fundraising.

Grants are an important source of income for community radio stations. Whether stations are seeking funding from government, philanthropic organisations or the Community Broadcasting Foundation, effective grant writing practices are essential to increase your chance of success.

The aim of this webinar is to assist stations in writing effective, comprehensive grants for both CBF funding applications and for the many other grant opportunities available to community broadcasters.

Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.

A deductible gift recipient (DGR) is an entity or fund that can receive tax deductible gifts.

How the CBAA can help:
Grants-Matching Service

The CBAA Grant-Matching Service gives stations access to grant opportunities from the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) and many government and philanthropic funding organisations across Australia.