Highest ranked children’s charity in Australia for 2015
Camp Quality has once again been ranked as Australia’s most trusted children’s charity in the AMR Charity Reputation Index.
The Charity Reputation Index is produced by research consultant company AMR. It surveys 4,066 Australians (aged 18-64) to measure the overall reputation of the country's 40 largest charities and ranks them accordingly using a scoring system. Questions asked about the charities cover seven parameters: Services, Innovation, Workplace, Citizenship, Governance, Leadership and Cost Management.
Simon Rountree, Camp Quality's Chief Executive, said: "A lot of work goes on behind the scenes to ensure our charity is completely trustworthy and meticulously accounts for every single donated dollar. Camp Quality has 2,500 volunteers and just 113 full or part time staff members in 12 offices right across Australia. Because volunteers outnumber staff 23:1, we save hugely on costs so more money goes straight to where it's needed - to our kids living with cancer and their families."
More about AMR and the media release about the 2015 Charity Reputation Index.