Submission on the Charities Amendment Bill 2022
Child Cancer Foundation's submission to the Social Services and Community Committee on the Charities Amendment Bill 2022.
The Board of Child Cancer Foundation has submitted recommendations to the Parliament website on the Charities Amendment Bill 2022.
The Bill proposes changes including reduced reporting requirements for very small charities, improved transparency in reporting of funds for larger charities, and a new appeals process that will improve access to justice for more charities.
We would like to thank the Select Committee for the opportunity to provide feedback on the Bill and request to speak to our submission and engage with the Social Services and Community Select Committee (SSCSC) directly on the Bill during the hearings.
Read our submission
You can read the full submission from the Board of Child Cancer Foundation through the link below or on the Parliament website.
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