Annual Information Statement 2016
Variety Queensland Inc
Section A: Charity Information
Basic Religious Charity:
Section B: Activities
Did the charity operate in the 2016 reporting period?
- Culture and arts
- Hospital services and rehabilitation activities
- Other health service delivery
- Other philanthropic intermediaries and voluntarism promotion
- Other recreation
Estimated percentage of charity's grant funding that was:
- For capacity building of the grant recipients: 50%
- Granted through a public or open application process, or similar: 100%
- Part of multi-year grants: 5%
Description of charity's activities and outcomes:
Variety empowers Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live laugh and learn. Our vision is for all Australian children to reach their full potential regardless of ability or background. In 2016, Variety Queensland directly impacted 14,262 children across Queensland by providing grants through our three key programs - Freedom, Future and Caring for Kids.We provided 27 grants through our Freedom program, helping 2,533 children gain independence by providing financial support for mobility equipment, positioning and in-home care needs. This includes the provision of custom modified tricycles and bikes, wheelchairs, specialist car seats and more.We provided 42 grants through our Future Kids program, helping 6,524 children realise their potential by providing financial support for education and communication equipment. This includes the provision of specialist computer packages, communication devices, scholarships, camps, regional and special education school support, sensory playgrounds and more.We provided 21 grants through our Caring for Kids program, by providing 5,205 children with medical items and care equipment so that sick children can live happy, healthy lives. This includes nebulisers, electric beds for families at home, supporting paediatric hospital wards, children's respite and rehabilitation centres and more.
Will the charity change or introduce any activities in the 2017 period?
Where the charity conducted activities during the 2016 reporting period:
Who was helped most by the charity's activities in the reporting period:
- Children - aged 6 to under 15
- Youth - aged 15 to under 25
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- People with chronic illness (including terminal illness)
- People with disabilities
- Disadvantaged Schools
Did the charity provide funded support and/or services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the 2016 reporting period?
Does the charity intend to provide funded support and/or services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the next reporting period?
Section C: Human Resources
- Full time employees: 7
- Part time employees: 4
- Estimated number of volunteers: 500
Section D: Finance
Type of financial statement:
General purpose financial statements
Financial report consolidated with more than one entity?
Did your charity have any related party transactions?
Does your charity have documented policies or processes about related party transactions?
Charity's 2016 reporting period:
1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016
Financial report submitted to a state/territory regulator?
2016 Financial report:
Note: If you want to see the financial report or annual report that this charity has submitted, go back to Financials & Documents.
Income and Expenses
Comprehensive Income Statement summary
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Balance Sheet extract
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