Anglican Overseas Aid produces an annual report each year.
We want you to know what we're doing with your donations.
That’s why we’re releasing our current Strategic Plan so you can see our Strategic Goals for 2011- 2014 along with the Guiding Principles which shape them.
Anglican Overseas Aid's accounts are subject to an annual audit.
A copy of the audited financial statements must be lodged with ACFID and AusAID within five months of the completion of the financial year.
The audited accounts are submitted to Archbishop in Council, Diocese of Melbourne, and a report of our programs and activities is tabled in the Diocese of Melbourne Synod.
Anglican Overseas Aid is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Code of Conduct which defines minimum standards of governance, management and accountability for non-government development organisations.
Adherence to the Code is monitored by an independent Code of Conduct Committee elected from the Non-Government Organisation (NGO) community.
Our voluntary adherence to the Code of Conduct demonstrates our commitment to ethical practice and public accountability.
Complaints against a signatory under the ACFID Code of Conduct should:
i) be in writing (or in a form as approved by the CCC)
ii) include the name and contact details of the complainant
iii) set out the basis of the complaint
iv) include all available supporting evidence Complainants will be contacted and asked to provide any information not submitted. Any complaints received that cannot meet the above criteria may be dismissed. Where a complainant has genuine cause to believe that they may be at risk from having their identity revealed to the signatory organisation, they may request that the Code of Conduct Committee maintain confidentiality of their identity and relevant details of the information. Complaints should be marked "confidential" and addressed to:
ACFID Code of Conduct Committee
Private Bag 3
Deakin ACT 2600