More than half of North Fulton’s charitable organisations are rated as “highly active” by Charity Navigator, according to data released by the Australian Charities Commission (ACCC).
The top charities are:North Fulton Community Services, North Fulton Regional School and North Fulton Youth Service, the ACCC said.
“North Fulton is an exceptional community with a rich history, which has provided a model for others to follow,” ACCC chief executive Dr Peter McGowan said.
The top 100 organisations are:Casa de Tús, Central Park Public Library, City of North Georgia, City & County of Melbourne, City, City Council, City Manager of Greater North Fulton, City Water, Council for Children, Councillor, Counsellor-Treasurer, Council of Trade Unions, Community Services Council of North Georges, Community Service Agency, Community Support Service, Community Transport, Community Workforce, CommunityWorks, Community Education, Community Action Group, Community Development Agency, Foodbank of Greater Melbourne, Greater North Melbourne, GLCM, GRLD, Greater Newcastle Local Government, Hilda & Co, Igloo Community Development Group, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister, Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Minister, Joint Agency for Reconciliation and Development, Joint Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Joint Commissioner of Indigenous Affairs and Indigenous Affairs Victoria, North Georgies Land Council, Northern Territory Aboriginal Affairs, Regional Council of the Northern Territory, Regional Community Services Association, State Government of Northern Territory and the Victorian Government.
A total of 10 organisations received a rating of “good” from the charity rating service.