Australian Relief Organisation
Australian Relief Organisation has been recognised for Outstanding Achievement in The Australian Charity Awards 2016.
The Australian Charity Award for Outstanding Achievement [OAA] recognises charitable organisations that have achieved outstanding results through initiatives that have significantly benefited charitable causes.
Over the last two years Australian Relief Organisation have delivered charity aid projects to 20 countries around the world, including the provision of food packages, clothing, water wells and monetary assistance. They’ve also established and refurbished three orphanages in Malawi, Cambodia and Sri Lanka, and have responded with emergency relief to earthquake victims in Nepal and flood victims in Bosnia.
The Australian Relief Organisation operate with partner organisations internationally to deliver services on the ground, working alongside governments and communities to adhere to relevant laws and overcome challenges. As part of this process they catalogue their programs for feedback and training purposes.
Locally, Australian Relief Organisation have raised money for NSW Bushfire victims, run kitchens for the homeless and developed refugee support programs. They’ve also organised several drug and gambling forums, hospital and aged care facility visits and have established a charity shop that sells new and used clothing.
Entry is open to all registered charities throughout Australia. The program is open to charitable organisations including charitable funds and charitable institutions located in Australia. Charitable institutions include Public Benevolent Institutions and Health Promotion Charities.
Initiatives can include but are not limited to projects, programs, processes, systems, technologies, developments, ventures and undertakings.
Entries are assessed utilising a robust and dynamic framework to ensure that the assessment process is pertinent and objective. The World Business Awards Framework (WBA Framework) is utilised as a structured model of assessment that enables the participating organisations to be benchmarked against world class performance standards. The Framework consists of specialised assessment modules pertaining to the evaluation criteria for each of the award categories. The criteria and sub-criteria provide a robust set of requirements that are used as the methodology for benchmarking and learning among the participating organisations.