With more than 57,000 charities in Australia, there are thousands of fantastic stories about the impact charities have on their communities.

In our 'Getting to Know' series, the ACNC talks with registered charities to share stories of the invaluable work charities do.

Selection Criteria

Please note that the ACNC uses selection criteria to determine if a charity is eligible to be featured in our 'Getting to Know' series.

  • You must be a charity registered with the ACNC, and
  • If your charity is or has been the subject of a compliance investigation or action, or has failed to meet its ACNC obligations (for example, failing to submit Annual Information Statements or not meeting the ACNC Governance Standards), it may not be selected to appear as a featured charity.

Please note we publish 'Getting to Know' articles in order of receipt, wherever possible.

Any decision to feature a charity is solely at the ACNC’s discretion.

If you'd like to share your story with us, please email charitychat@acnc.gov.au.

We'd love to hear from you!

Most recent story

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We recently spoke with registered charity Living Child Inc about their work, their most exciting recent development and how they protect their vulnerable beneficiaries.
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We recently spoke with registered charity Good360 Australia Ltd about their charity, the importance of volunteers in their organisation and how they manage corporate partnerships.
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We recently spoke with registered charity Hear For You about its important work, and the significant milestones its Board, CEO, management team and members have recently celebrated.
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We recently spoke with registered charity Food Ladder about the exciting developments in their charity and how they manage the challenges of operating overseas.
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We recently spoke with registered charity Dignity Ltd about governance, the challenges they face and the rewarding nature of charity work.
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We recently spoke with FOP Australia about supporting a rare disease, the rewarding nature of charity work and the process of setting up a new charity.
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We recently spoke with Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) about advocacy, the challenges they face and the rewarding nature of charity work