To ensure accountability and transparency, Hope Global (in Australia) carefully manages all the projects we undertake. These codes of conduct set out standards that guide how our organisation behaves, how we are managed, how we communicate with the public and how we spend the funds we raise.
Australian Tax Office
Hope Global Recovery Inc. operates as the trustee for the ancillary fund HOPE Foundation. HOPE Foundation is endorsed as a deductible gift recipient – Item 2. Hope Global Recovery Inc. is endorsed as a charitable institution and eligible for Income Tax Exemption, GST Concessions and FBT Rebate.
Australian Charities and Non-Profit Commissions
Hope Global is a registered charity with ACNC and adheres to its guiding principles and policies
Global Development Group
Hope Global is proud to be a project partner with Global Development Group – the DFAT approved NGO under the OAGDS scheme, responsible for aid and development projects (J794, J873, J798, J888)
- Global Development Group is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Code of Conduct.
- Global Development Group have DGR Status – Item 1
Australian Council for International Development (ACFID)
ACFID is the peak Council for Australian not-for- profit aid and development organisations. Hope Global is a member of ACFID and a signatory to their Code of Conduct, which is a voluntary, self-regulatory sector code of good practice. As a signatory we are committed and fully adhere to the ACFID Code of Conduct, conducting our work with transparency, accountability and integrity.
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Australian Business Number (ABN)
Hope Global Foundation 69 877 873 696
Board of Directors
- Darlene Zschech, Chairperson,
- Matt Hope, Public Officer, email@example.com
- Paul Marks, Director
- Scott Haslam, Director
- Jess Wilkie, Director
The Hope Global board regularly reviews our mission statement, ethics, values, resources and financial position. It ensures proper auditing and compliance in legal, statutory and ethical matters. The Board assesses our business environment, opportunities and risks in order to safeguard our assets and ensure that our activities reflect best practice in corporate governance according to relevant legislation.