Woden Community Service Incorporated

Woden Community Service Incorporated is a large-scale charity established in 1976. Their main activity is registered as economic, social and community development primarily serving general community in australia.

We worked with people experiencing mental illness through a recovery model to lead rich and fulfilling lives. We responded to community crises by working with key stakeholders to mitigate the effects of those crises. We maintained and built capacity for NDIS services. We supported women and children escaping domestic and family violence. We continued support people who are homeless and at risk of homelessness.

Woden Community Service Incorporated

Who They Help

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Adults - aged 25 to under 65
  • Adults - aged 65 and over
  • Children - aged 6 to under 15
  • Early childhood - aged under 6
  • Families
  • Females
  • Financially disadvantaged people
  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex persons
  • Males
  • Migrants, refugees or asylum seekers
  • People at risk of homelessness/ people experiencing homelessness
  • People from a culturally and linguistically diverse background
  • People with disabilities
  • Unemployed persons
  • Victims of crime (including family violence)
  • Youth - 15 to under 25
  • Other charities
  • General community in Australia



Total employee expenses: $15,388,454 (82% of revenue).
Average full-time equivalent salary: $38,375.

Revenue vs Expenses

Woden Community Service Incorporated has seen an average annual growth of 5% in revenue versus a 6% p.a. increase in expenses. This imbalance can sometimes mean a challenge for long-term financial management.

Grants given out in 2019 for use within Australia: $692,461

Assets vs Liabilities

As of 2019, Woden Community Service Incorporated has a debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio of 0.60. This is considered slightly riskier than average within the charity space.

Sources of Revenue

Sources of Expense

Responsible People

Sebastian Rosenberg
Board Member
Michael Miller
Board Member
Lora Shaw
Deputy Chairperson
Jennifer Kitchin
Possibly also represents: Apace Aid Incorporated.
Jennifer Bennett
Possibly also represents: Christie Centre Inc.
Glenn Powell
Board Member
Clare Thomas
Carolyn Harkness
Board Member
Brett Streatfeild
Bhavana Kaul
Board Member
Alison Oakleigh
Board Member

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Registration Status
Charity is registered.
DGR Status

Donations can be claimed as a tax deduction.

Office Address
26 Corinna St
ACT 2606
Operating States
Entity Type
Other Incorporated Entity

Other incorporated entity includes an entity that has the same characteristics as a company but is not incorporated as a corporation's law company. This category includes: a branch of an overseas company not incorporated in Australia (often the name ends in corporation) incorporated associations which are incorporated under a State Act incorporated charitable institutions Public Benevolent Institution

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