See ACNC media releases and news items, and the latest Commissioner’s Column.
Commenting on concerns
By law the ACNC cannot speak publicly about the circumstances of any charity, apart from referring to information already published on the Charity Register. This includes whether or not a concern about a charity has been raised with the ACNC, or whether the ACNC is investigating a concern or allegations made about a charity. This also means that once a concern is raised, the ACNC cannot keep the person who raised the concern informed about any investigation we may be undertaking. This approach is a requirement of the secrecy provisions in the ACNC Act which bind the ACNC Commissioner and their staff.
Donating to those affected by Cyclone Debbie
Charities and responsible use of data
New charity data available on data.gov.au
How to give safely this holiday season
20 December 2013