Information about the requirements for registration, and who can register with the ACNC.
Information about the obligations your charity may have to (and benefits from) other Commonwealth, state or local government agencies.
List of regulators in Australia that may affect charities
ASIC, ORIC and other regulators
Information about the various Commonwealth tax concessions and benefits available to registered charities, as well as benefits (such as deductible gift recipient status) that may depend on registration.
Information about the duties of charities to the ACNC, including meeting governance standards and other reporting annually.
Tips and information for charities on key charity management topics and situations.
FAQs: Charities and fundraising
These FAQs are for people who want information about how charities can raise and spend funds.
FAQ: Charities and administration costs
These FAQs provide an overview of the realities of charity administration costs.
Information on the Register - understanding financial information
When deciding whether to donate to or volunteer for a charity, the financial information on the ACNC Register provides a basis for understanding the charity and its activities in greater detail.
Charity money myths - the facts about operating as a not-for-profit
This factsheet corrects a number of myths about operating as a not-for-profit, including that charities can't make a profit, invest or incur administration costs.
Understanding charity impact
If you are donating to a charity, you may wish to make sure that your donation is creating the greatest impact possible.
Making sure your donation gets to where it needs to
Joint ACNC and QUT factsheet giving steps to help make sure your donation is going where it is intended.
Video - Protect yourself from charity scams
ACNC video on how to protect yourself from charity scams.
Charities and administration costs
A factsheet jointly produced by the ACNC and the Queensland University of
Technology about administration costs for charities.
Freedom of information