The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) has been named the “Best Practice Charity” in Australia by Givewell, the charity research firm. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) has been named the “Best Practice Charity” in Australia by Givewell, the charity research firm. The criteria for the award includes: transparency, accountability and good management; developing solutions that address significant problems; innovative fundraising strategies; and developing networks and providing support. JDRF was selected from a field of over 1600 charities. In presenting the award, Robert Forsyth, Bishop of South Sydney and director of Anglicare, said JDRF “…never loses sight of its mission, has made some significant achievements in both fundraising and program…
Already an F&P Member? Log in
This is an F&P Member exclusive article.
Sign up for a 21-day free trial to continue reading
Or become an F&P member and get access to fundraising insights,
best practice, case studies, thought leadership and more.
Knowledge Hub Access
Exclusive Research and Benchmarks
Dedicated Member Care Manager