ALCA submission to the Productivity Commission’s Philanthropy Inquiry

Philanthropy has and continues to play a critical role in delivering outcomes for nature. The urgency of responding to the nature crisis is not reflected in the current treatment of environmental charities; most significantly, environmental charities lack fringe benefit tax concessions currently afforded to Public Benevolent Institutions.
ALCA submission to the Productivity Commission’s Philanthropy Inquiry
Philanthropy has and continues to play a critical role in delivering outcomes for nature.

The urgency of responding to the nature crisis is not reflected in the current treatment of environmental charities; most significantly, environmental charities lack fringe benefit tax (FBT) concessions that are currently afforded to Public Benevolent Institutions (PBIs).

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