Despite ongoing corporate distrust and organisational disruption in the corporate sector, Australian charities are enjoying all-time high levels of reputation.
The annual Charity RepTrak® surveyed Australians to measure overall reputation of the country’s 40 largest charities. Results found that the Royal Flying Doctor Services has maintained its position as Australia’s most reputable charity.
CareFlight jumped one place from 2017 to rank second overall this year and Guide Dogs rose one place to rank third. St Johns Ambulance fell two places to fourth and Starlight Children’s Foundation improved by two places to rank fifth.
“The fact that our top four ranked charities this year are the same as 2017 reinforces the stability that these leading organisations have maintained,” RI Managing Director, Oliver Freedman, said.
To view the full Third Sector article, click here.