Australia’s Most Reputable Charities

The Australian Charity Reputation Index (RepTrak®) surveys Australians to measure the overall reputation of the country’s 40 largest charities and ranks them using a scoring system that includes measures of trust, admiration, respect and overall esteem. As with this survey, My Charity Change has made sure that the criteria and measurement systems implemented are just as strict.

RI Managing Director Oliver Freedman said “There is no doubt that Australia’s charitable sector was facing challenges to its overall reputation a few years ago. However, most organisations have worked to rebuild as stronger and more reputable. In particular, many charities are now seen as particularly Innovative, with good Leadership, Governance and Cost Management; attributes usually associated with the corporate world. Teamed with a better ability to communicate the community benefits of its work, it’s no surprise that the Charity sector of Australia is the most trusted in the country.”

With this in mind, My Charity Change has developed relationships with some of the most reputable charities in Australia, adding security and trust to the application. We have outlined the survey results below;

CareFlight1+1
Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia2-1
Guide Dogs3No Change
CanTeen4+16
The Fred Hollows Foundation5+10
St John Ambulance6-2
Ronald McDonald House Charities7-1
Camp Quality8+4
Surf Life Saving Foundation9+4
National Breast Cancer Foundation10-3
Starlight Children’s Foundation11-6
McGrath Foundation12-4
Make-A-Wish Australia13+3
Headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation14+4
Beyond Blue15-4
Médecins Sans Frontières Australia (Doctors Without Borders)16-7
Lifeline Australia17-7
Leukaemia Foundation of Australia18+1
Diabetes Australia19-5
RSPCA20+2
National Heart Foundation of Australia21+2
Australian Red Cross Society22+2
The Movember Foundation23-2
Cancer Council24-7
The Smith Family25No Change
St Vincent de Paul Society26+3
Wesley Mission27+6
The Salvation Army28+2
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)29+2
Vision Australia30+2
Mission Australia31-5
YMCA Australia32-5
Save the Children Australia33+5
Amnesty International Australia34No Change
Yourtown (previously known as BoysTown)35+2
Oxfam Australia36-1
World Vision Australia37+2
CARE Australia38-10
Greenpeace Australia Pacific39+1
UNICEF Australia40

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