Fundraiser registered office

An authorised charitable fundraiser must have an address in NSW. The address can be the main place of business of the authorised fundraiser or the address of a professional person like an accountant or solicitor.

Address where records of income and expenditure are maintained

The address where records of income and expenditure are kept would normally be the business or street address of the authorised fundraiser. The records can be kept at any location, as long as NSW Fair Trading if notified in writing.

In an application for an authority to fundraise, the following needs to be provided:

  • the building name (including the number of the room and of the floor or level of the building, if applicable)
  • street number and name
  • the township or suburb and the postcode.

Address that notices can be sent to

The address that notices can be sent to would normally be the postal address of the authorised fundraiser. This address can be different to the authorised fundraiser’s main place of business. It may be a post office box or the address of a professional person. The authorised fundraiser must have a postal address in NSW that the mail can be sent to and this cannot be modified by a change to the authority conditions.

In an application for an authority to fundraise, the following needs to be provided:

  • the building name (including the number of the room and of the floor or level of the building, if applicable)
  • street number and name or postal box number
  • the township or suburb and the postcode.
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