Videos and audio

On this page, you'll find videos and podcasts on a range of topics. All of our multimedia productions have been made accessible through Closed Captions, transcripts or both.

Attention: You need to know! The ACNC holds regular webinars covering topics relevant to registered charities and the wider not-for-profit sector. These free webinars are interactive, and are designed to provide organisations in the sector with information and guidance to help them operate effectively, avoid pitfalls or comply with legal, reporting or other requirements. Register for upcoming ACNC webinars here.

 

Latest podcast

Our podcast is a great way to stay informed about all things charity related: issues facing the charity sector, charity operations and governance, and how charities can meet obligations to the ACNC.

Episode 12 - Do Australians trust charities?

Acting Commissioner Murray Baird is back to discuss the ACNC's latest research into public trust and confidence in Australia’s charities. We touch on the research methods before discussing the results and what they may mean for the charity sector.

Latest Webinar

A look at Health Promotion Charities and Public Benevolent Institutions - Nov 14 2017

Our November webinar provided a useful rundown on two particular types of charity – Health Promotion Charities (HPCs) and Public Benevolent Institutions (PBIs) – with information about what they are and the types of organisations that are eligible for registration as PBIs or HPCs.

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How-to Videos

How to update the Address For Service

This video is a step by step-by-step guide to updating your charity's Address For Service in the Charity Portal.

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How to change a responsible person

This video  is a step-by-step guide to changing your responsible persons in the Charity Portal.

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How to change your charity's subtype

This video is a step-by-step guide to changing your charity's subtype in the Charity Portal .

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