Welcoming Australia Ltd
Also known as “Welcoming Cities”, “Welcoming Centre” and “Welcoming Clubs”, Welcoming Australia Ltd is a large-scale charity established in 2014. Their main activity is registered as immigrant services primarily serving children - aged 6 to under 15 youth - 15 to under 25 adults - aged 25 to under 65 families migrants, refugees or asylum seekers people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background people with disabilities.
Welcoming Australia cultivates a culture of welcome and creates opportunities for people of all backgrounds to have equal opportunity to belong, contribute and thrive. We achieve this through a number of key initiatives, including: - Welcoming Centre. A safe, supportive and welcoming space for refugee families, people seeking asylum, recently arrived migrants, and the local community. - Welcoming Cities. A national network of cities, shires, towns and municipalities who are committed to an Australia where everyone can belong and participate in social, cultural, economic and civic life. - Welcoming Sport. Embracing the power of sport as a vehicle for inclusion, opportunity and creating a sense of belonging for all members of the community including, recently arrived migrants, refugees, and people seeking asylum.
Who They Help
- Youth - 15 to under 25
- People with disabilities
- People in rural/regional/remote communities
- People from a culturally and linguistically diverse background
- Migrants, refugees or asylum seekers
- General community in Australia
- Children - aged 6 to under 15
- Adults - aged 25 to under 65
Total employee expenses: $646,663 (41% of revenue).
Average full-time equivalent salary: $107,777.
Revenue vs Expenses
Welcoming Australia Ltd has seen an average annual growth of 22% in revenue versus a 29% p.a. increase in expenses. This imbalance can sometimes mean a challenge for long-term financial management.
Grants given out in 2020 for use within Australia: $1,000
Assets vs Liabilities
As of 2020, Welcoming Australia Ltd has a debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio of 0.58. This is considered slightly riskier than average within the charity space.
Sources of Revenue
Sources of Expense
- Brad Chilcott
- Board MemberPossibly also represents: Reconciliation South Australia Inc..
- Yik-kin Ho
- SecretaryAlso represents: NMFC Arden Street Foundation.
- Anthea Hancocks
- Kerrin Benson
- Board Member
- Jen Sharpe
- Board Member
Activate Community Inc
Primarily religious activities as well as advocacy work in arrange of areas. Weekly religious service on Sunday mornings. In addition, Activate suppor…
Asbestos Diseases Society Of South Australia Incorporated
We provided psycho-social support to clients who have an asbestos related disease, their family care givers and bereaved relatives. In addition we pr…
Active Refugee and Migrant Integration in Australia Pty Ltd
ARMIA's Vision: An inclusive Australia where people from refugee and migrant backgrounds are supported as integrated and contributing citizens. …
Springvale Learning and Activities Centre Inc
We helped, refugees and asylum seekers, single parents, older persons and general people with no or very low income. In 2019-20 we provided emergency …
Brigidine Asylum Seekers and Refugee Trust
We provide accommodation, food and emergency relief to a large number of people seeking asylum. For those who have no money, either short term or long…
NSW Service For The Treatment And Rehabilitation Of Torture And Trauma Survivors (Startts)
We provide psychological treatment and rehabilitation to torture and Trauma affected refugees and asylum seekers…
- Registration Status
- Charity is registered.
- DGR Status
Donations can be claimed as a tax deduction.
- Office Address
100 Drayton St
- Operating States
- VIC QLD SA
- Entity Type
Australian Public Company
A company is a non-individual client type. Company is defined to include a body corporate and any other unincorporated association or body of persons but does not include a partnership or a non-entity joint venture. Public Benevolent Institution
- community, refugee, asylum seekers, refugees, seeking asylum, sa, australians, values, social cohesion, diversity, ethical, Brompton, Bowden