In June 2017, Abundance College Inc’s founders, identified a gap in support for post-school leavers with Autism Spectrum Disorder and set about trying to fill that gap. Although, a relatively young organisation, Abundance College has been raising awareness and working with organisations to prepare for our first program designed to assist post-school leavers with Autism Spectrum Disorder build their skills and knowledge so they can learn to interact and communicate in the workplace.
Today, Abundance College Inc. are proud to receive the registered charity tick from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). A stamp that is reflective of the standards to which Abundance College Inc. proudly holds itself to.
The charity tick initiative has been developed to give reassurance to donors that a charity is transparent and accountable by highlighting its presence on the ACNC Charity Register.
The ACNC aims to improve public understanding of the work of charities and the not-for-profit sector. As part of this work, they make available the information collected annually from the 54 000 charities operating in Australia.
As well as the Charity Register being a regulatory tool, ACNC also analyses the information and conducts research to learn more about the charitable sector and how charities contribute to the community. They publish their findings in an in-depth analysis of the financial situation of Australia’s charity sector, called the Australian Charities Report. Read the Australian Charities Report and explore the data.
Abundance College Inc. would like to thank our supporters, as we continue to grow and make a real impact by providing ongoing face to face support, individually structured against personal strengths for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
If you would like to read more about Abundance College and the impact it has had on supporting people with Autism Spectrum Disorder since incorporating click here.