This submission promotes Federal Government measures to strengthen the not for profit sector that deliver real economic and social benefits for governments and our communities. With six proposals, CCA asks for a commitment of only $2.4 million over three years that will significantly increase the sector's efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability.
This submission briefly summarises the CCA policy position in relation to the Productivity Commission Draft Report on Childcare and Early Childhood Learning.
CCA has not focused on many of the issues relating to Childcare and Early Childhood Learning. This submission is really about how the Productivity Commission Draft Report may impact on charities and not-for-profit organisations across Australia.
This outlines Community Council for Australia’s (CCA) response to the Options Paper on proposed replacement arrangements for charities if the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) is disbanded.
This is CCA’s fifth submission in relation to the establishment of the ACNC. It is important to note that this response has been prepared in consultation with the membership of CCA and key organisations in the not-for-profit sector. .
In response to the Treasury's Discussion Paper on Unclaimed Funds, Community Council for Australia provided a submission to Treasury and met with Treasury Officials to advocate for the diversion of unclaimed moneys into a capital fund that supports viable investment options in the not-for-profit sector. This addiional capital pool for the not-for-profit sector will deliver real economic and social benefits for governments and our communities in the longer term.
This submission outlines the Community Council for Australia (CCA) response to the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Repeal Bill 2014. This is the fourth submission by CCA in relation to the establishment of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC). CCA has also appeared before the Senate Economics Committee, Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services, and the Senate Community Affairs Committee to give evidence on Bills relating to the ACNC.