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Benevolent Society

Contact

Name: James Clampett

Position: Director Philanthropy & Partnerships

Email: supporters@benevolent.org.au

Address

PO Box 171

Paddington

Sydney 2021

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Our Mission / Objective

Our story is Australia’s story.

Imagine, an Australia without free legal aid, where child labour is still widespread, where there is no old age pension and no specialist maternity care. You’ve just imagined an Australia without The Benevolent Society.

Our story is the story of the nurses, the social workers and the carers who supported people in times of need. It’s the story of the thousands of people who donated time and money to help us help others and the advocates who fought for so many things we take for granted today.

Right from the start, we’ve been there for anyone who needs us, at the heart of change.

Projects in Progress

The Benevolent Society has launched a new three-year Strategic Plan, which is the blueprint for working toward our vision of a just society where all Australians can live their best lives.

There has been radical reform in the sectors we work in. We are now working in a highly competitive environment where consumers can choose from a vast array of service providers. This move to consumer choice presents us with both challenges and opportunities.

As Australia’s first charity, we have survived and thrived through many social, political and economic changes. These latest changes provide us an opportunity to flourish by leveraging our well-earned reputation in social justice and commitment to excellence in service delivery.

The hard work we’ve done recently places us in a great position to grow the range of services we deliver and the regions that we service.

Our goal is to become a leading provider of services to support children, families, older people and people with disability. We look forward to continuing to provide services that empower our clients to live their best lives.

Our People

CEO

Jo Toohey, Chief Executive Officer

Leadership Team

Names of Board Members

Number of Employees

800

Number of Volunteers

600

Registration Information

ABN

95 084 695 045

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Work with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Our story is Australia’s story.

Imagine, an Australia without free legal aid, where child labour is still widespread, where there is no old age pension and no specialist maternity care. You’ve just imagined an Australia without The Benevolent Society.

Our story is the story of the nurses, the social workers and the carers who supported people in times of need. It’s the story of the thousands of people who donated time and money to help us help others and the advocates who fought for so many things we take for granted today.

Right from the start, we’ve been there for anyone who needs us, at the heart of change.

Projects in Progress

The Benevolent Society has launched a new three-year Strategic Plan, which is the blueprint for working toward our vision of a just society where all Australians can live their best lives.

There has been radical reform in the sectors we work in. We are now working in a highly competitive environment where consumers can choose from a vast array of service providers. This move to consumer choice presents us with both challenges and opportunities.

As Australia’s first charity, we have survived and thrived through many social, political and economic changes. These latest changes provide us an opportunity to flourish by leveraging our well-earned reputation in social justice and commitment to excellence in service delivery.

The hard work we’ve done recently places us in a great position to grow the range of services we deliver and the regions that we service.

Our goal is to become a leading provider of services to support children, families, older people and people with disability. We look forward to continuing to provide services that empower our clients to live their best lives.

Our People

CEO

Jo Toohey, Chief Executive Officer

Leadership Team

Names of Board Members

Number of Employees

800

Number of Volunteers

600

Registration Information

ABN

95 084 695 045

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Work with us

Our Annual Reports

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