Latest Reforms to Registered Charities

In this webinar, hosted by Nick Koerbin and Sallyann Stonier of the ACNC, we will explore the latest reforms undertaken by the ACNC and their compliance requirements. We will also address eligibility for not-for-profit organisations who wish to become a registered charity. Other important topics include:

- What are the reporting requirements for third party transactions?

- How do we maintain our DGR status?

- How easy is it for my association to become a registered charity?  What are the benefits?  

- Do I need to lodge a self assessment with the ATO before the end of THIS financial year?

Plus, there will be a great opportunity to work through some of your most pressing questions relating to all things ACNC!

Sallyann Stonier, Director - Registration, Australian charities and Not-for-profits Commission

Sallyann was part of the taskforce set up to establish the ACNC in 2012 and has been responsible for managing the ACNC Registration Team ever since.

She has worked with international charity regulators, including the New Zealand Charities Commission and the Charity Commission of England and Wales for several years.

Sallyann has extensive experience in the charity and not-for-profit sector in both the UK and USA. Sallyann has been CEO for charities providing support for the homeless, individuals with mental ill health and drug and alcohol misuse. She has held senior roles with Home-Start UK (an organization working with vulnerable families) and Odyssey House in the USA. She has served on the board of several schools and various other community groups.

She has experience in charity law, strategic planning, human resources, project management and service development.

Event Details

Date: Thursday 21 September
Time: 12 noon
Cost: AES Members: Free; Non-Members: $50


Need more information?

Phone us on 03 8393 9382 or register your details and we will be in touch.

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