Kids With Cancer Foundation (Australia) Limited

Kids With Cancer Foundation (Australia) Limited
Kids With Cancer Foundation (Australia) Limited
Non-profit Organization-WESTMAR, QLD
Non-Profit Organization-Westmar, QLD
The Foundation is a non profit Public Benevolent Institution (PBI), a status originally granted by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and now the 'Australian Charities & Not-For-Profits Commiss..
PO Box 135, Westmar, Qld, 4422.
PO Box 135, Westmar, Qld, 4422.
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The Foundation is a non profit Public Benevolent Institution (PBI), a status originally granted by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and now the 'Australian Charities & Not-For-Profits Commission' (ACNC). For reporting reasons and to save confusion between similar sounding names all Australian charities are required to have an individual ABN, ours is 99 095 779 114. PBI's that once reported to ASIC are now required to report annually to ACNC. Our charitable status can be checked online: http://www.acnc.gov.au/RN52B75Q?ID=8F26B3BA-584B-4866-BD3F-7FC6B9E9774A&noleft=1 Or as a PDF: Open PDF Charitable status of all Australian charities can be checked at: https://www.acnc.gov.au/ACNC/FindCharity/Search_the_ACNC_Register/ACNC/OnlineProcessors/Online_register/Search_the_register.aspx There has been recent press concerning large dollar amounts of donations being taken by commercial traders (working on behalf of some charities) in order to set donors up on an ongoing credit card deduction. 90% or more can be taken from your donation by these commercial traders who will often door-knock at your home or business or use their paid telemarketers to call you at home and the charities that they work for approve it.

The Foundation is a non profit Public Benevolent Institution (PBI), a status originally granted by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and now the 'Australian Charities & Not-For-Profits Commission' (ACNC).  For reporting reasons and to save confusion between similar sounding names all Australian charities are required to have an individual ABN, ours is 99 095 779 114.  PBI's that once reported to ASIC are now required to report annually to ACNC.  Our charitable status can be checked online:

http://www.acnc.gov.au/RN52B75Q?ID=8F26B3BA-584B-4866-BD3F-7FC6B9E9774A&noleft=1 Or as a PDF: Open PDF

Charitable status of all Australian charities can be checked at: 

https://www.acnc.gov.au/ACNC/FindCharity/Search_the_ACNC_Register/ACNC/OnlineProcessors/Online_register/Search_the_register.aspx

There has been recent press concerning large dollar amounts of donations being taken by commercial traders (working on behalf of some charities) in order to set donors up on an ongoing credit card deduction.  90% or more can be taken from your donation by these commercial traders who will often door-knock at your home or business or use their paid telemarketers to call you at home and the charities that they work for approve it.    

As a children's cancer foundation we don't door-knock, we do not employ any telemarketers and we do not have commercial agreements setting supporters up for ongoing donations.  We are not & have never used ‘Appco' or any of Appco's associated companies as commercial traders on our behalf, and we never will. 

When you call our 1800 255 522 free call number, you speak directly with us and your donation goes directly to our Gift Account and remains untouched without any management fees and is passed on 100% to struggling families of kids with cancer all over Australia.  

The only way to ensure your entire donation is passed on to help the youngest of cancer sufferers is to call us directly.  No other children's cancer foundation can make such a claim.

 


 

 As a cancer foundation Kids with Cancer Foundation (Australia) Limited, is a PBI an incorporated public company limited by guarantee, a non-profit charitable entity. 

The ATO describes a Public Benevolent Institution as follows: 

  • A Public Benevolent Institution is an institution established and carried on for the relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, destitution or helplessness, and

  • A Public Benevolent Institution makes its services available without discrimination to every member of the public which the organisation aims to benefit, and

  • A Public Benevolent Institution is administered for the public good without purpose of private gain, and

  • A Public Benevolent Institution provides direct relief for the benefit of a disadvantaged section of the public

Kids with Cancer Foundation received Australian Tax Office 'Deductible Gift Recipient' status (DGR) from the beginning and all donations over $2 are tax deductible.  The Foundation as a Public Benevolent Institution is also endorsed by the ATO as an income exempt charitable organisation.  

We are a small independent children's charity/cancer foundation.  We have no affiliation with any single children's hospital quite the reverse, as we have donated to eight separate hospitals so far and are keen to challenge ourselves to do much more for kids with a brain tumor, leukemia and all other cancers.  We receive no Government assistance and have no corporate sponsors, the funds we raise come from our own efforts.  We raise the majority of our funds, by conducting continuous, successful lotteries (art unions/ raffles) 7 days a week all year round. We have marketed our $2 tickets through shopping centres in NSW, the ACT and  in Victoria, and it's the profits from these lotteries that we are able to pass on to benefit the children.  

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