|Name||Revenue 2016||Full-time staff||Transparency||Finances||Privacy||Total Score|
|Cancer Council SA||$16,604,775||71||6/7|
|Cancer Council WA||$25,108,487||88||6/7|
|Children's Cancer Foundation||$1,864,835||3||7/7|
|Challenge Cancer Support Network Inc||$2,382,570||8||4/7|
|Breast Cancer Institute of Australia||$10,835,848||0||6/7|
|Bloomhill Cancer Help||$2,530,951||12||3/7|
|Ovarian Cancer Australia||$1,955,856||8||7/7|
|The Gawler Foundation||$1,953,949||3||3/7|
|Tour De Rocks||$283,565||0||1/7|
|Childhood Cancer Association||$1,083,450||4||5/7|
|Kids with Cancer Foundation||$23||0||1/7|
|Melanoma Institute Australia||$11,873,032||31||4/7|
|Breast Cancer Care WA||$1,957,401||8||5/7|
|The Jodi Lee Foundation||$839,883||3||5/7|
|Lung Foundation Australia||$5,754,135||12||6/7|
This is a rating of transparency from 0 to 3 stars. It's based on whether the charity has annual reports and financial reports available to the public. For more information, see the about our methods page.
This is a rating of financial sustainability from 0 to 3 stars. It's based on the revenue, assets, and other financial information available.
How much they earned in revenue in 2016 (could be annual or financial year, depending on charity).
The website of the charity.
Charity size is based on revenue - small charity is less than $250K, medium charity is $250K - $1m, and large charity is $1 million or more. This determines their reporting requirements.
Number of volunteers listed as working at the charity.
Number of staff listed as working at the charity.