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Exclusive NPA Event - Private Pre-screening of "Uncharitable" documentary

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If you were captivated by Dan Pallotta's TED Talk exposing the double standard shaping our flawed approach to charities and overheads, then this is a must-see event for you! Join us for an exclusive pre-screening of the compelling "UnCharitable" documentary on Thursday 2nd May.

"UnCharitable" promises to challenge your perspective on giving, pushing back against societal expectations and financial barriers that stifle charitable impact. Led by the visionary Dan Pallotta, this film builds upon his influential work, sparking essential dialogues about the future of charitable giving.

With thought-provoking insights delivered to provoke action, "UnCharitable" delves into the historical trajectory of charity, exposes the flaws of the current model, and proposes a paradigm shift by suggesting treating charity more akin to a business.

We will be joined by representatives of the Charity Consortium Steering Committee, the group behind a critically important campaign urging Australian charities to talk differently about overheads.

The Committee needs NFP Leaders nationally to support this initiative.

You can find out more by visiting and check out the Pay What it Takes Guide below, to hear how you can support this campaign.

Movie snacks will be served for you to enjoy during the documentary screening. Secure your tickets now, as availability is limited.

We hope you can join us in exploring the transformative potential of reimagining charity's role in society.


  • Date: Thursday 2 May 2024
  • Time: 1.30pm - 4.00pm (option to continue the conversation and attend an informal end-of-day gathering and network with other members of the NPA community )
  • Location: Fishburners Workshop Space, Level 2, 11 York Street


  • FREE for NPA members (NPA Leadership HUB; Coaching; Associate Members only)
  • $35 for Guests/ Non-members - movie snacks will be served at the screening.

REGISTER/ purchase your tickets below. We look forward to you joining us

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