The Anti-Cancer Foundation of South Australia (ABN 29 053 873 822), a company limited by Guarantee, is trustee of the Anti-Cancer Foundation of South Australia Trust which trades as Cancer Council SA (ABN 31 469 615 538). Further information regarding the legal structure of the organisation is catered in note 1 to the Financial report appended in our latest annual report.
The Anti-Cancer Foundation of South Australia (ABN 29 053 873 822) is a Charity registered with the Australian Charity and Not-For-Profit Commission. Search here using the ABN or click here to view the registration.
Cancer Council SA holds a Charitable Purpose License issued under the South Australian Legislation – Collection for Charitable Purpose Act 1939, by Consumer and Business Service.
For a copy of the Cancer Council SA Collection for Charitable Purposes Act Code of Practice – Disclosure by Collectors Information Sheet click here.
The Anti-Cancer Foundation of South Australia Trust which trades as Cancer Council SA (ABN 31 469 615 538) is a Public Benevolent Institution and is registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient with the Australian Taxation Office, click here to view the registration
Cancer Council SA meets or exceeds the regulatory requirements of ACNC. Information about ACNC can be obtained at www.acnc.gov.au/
Legislation that has a material impact on the operation of Cancer Council SA includes:
- Corporation Act 2001
- Income Tax Assessment Act 1997
- Fair Work Act 2009
- A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999
- Privacy Act 1988
- Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission Act 2012
- Liquor Licensing Act 1997
- Collection for Charitable Purpose Act 1939
- Work Health and Safety Act 2012
Cancer Council SA ensures employees are aware of the legislative and regulatory requirements that may affect their area of work.
Cancer Council SA works with our legal advisors to ensure our knowledge of legislative and regulatory requirements remains current and seek specific advice where there is a material change to the regulatory environment.