Members of the public can raise concerns about a registered charity with the ACNC.

We take all concerns seriously, investigate where appropriate, and refer concerns to other agencies if needed.

Reports from the public are important in helping us identify areas of risk. While not all concerns progress to a formal investigation, information provided by members of the public can highlight broader issues.

We can investigate concerns within our jurisdiction, but there are some types of concerns that we cannot investigate.

See more on raising a concern about a charity.