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The Advanced Breast Cancer Group is a unique community based service that has been supporting women diagnosed with secondary breast cancer and their partners, families and carers throughout Queensland since 1999.These are the women who have to live with the knowledge that sooner or later they will die of their disease. It provides support and knowledge to the diseased person and their families in different way
The key peoples are,
Directors: Mary O'Brien and Pia Hirsch
Executive Officer: MirchaMangiacotti
Research Assistant: Laura Jordan.
The ATO has had responsibility for determining charitable status but this role will be assumed by the soon-to-be-established ACNC. (ato2009)
Organisations seeking tax exemption/concession or DGR status do so on a voluntary basis. They must first register with the ATO and may need to obtain an ABN and place the organisation on the Australian Business Register. An approximate 190,000 non-profit organisations are registered for tax purposes with the ATO (ATO 2009).
Australian charities and not for profit commission (ACNC) deals with such organisation and followings are some act and regulations regarding not for profit organization.
• Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Act 2012
• Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (Consequential and Transitional) Act 2012
• Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Regulation 2013
• Charities Act 2013 (Act to define charity and charitable purpose, and for related purposes).
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Comment: Advanced Breast Cancer Group is organisation that I choose for this case study.