In addition to our members, the work of ACOSS is made possible by a number of financial supporters, partners and pro bono providers.
We acknowledge their ongoing support & valuable assistance.
If you are interested in supporting ACOSS in this way, please email us at [email protected].[ssba_hide]
ACOSS maintains close engagement with policy experts in the ACOSS national membership through existing policy and advocacy networks and ad hoc engagement on specific issues.
We also rely on Policy Advisors to complement our existing membership and the policy engagement mechanisms established.
Policy Advisors strengthen ACOSS’ relationships with researchers and independent experts while enabling us to maintain close engagement with policy experts within our membership through existing policy networks and ad hoc engagement on specific issues. Policy Advisors are selected in core policy areas identified in the ACOSS Strategic Plan.
See who our Policy Advisors are here: https://www.acoss.org.au/policy-advisors/
ACOSS (the Australian Council of Social Service) and UNSW Sydney have partnered to tackle poverty and inequality head on through a $2 million, 5 year partnership backed by Australian Red Cross, Brotherhood of St Laurence, Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand, The Salvation Army, CoHealth, Mission Australia, St Vincent de Paul Society National Council, The Smith Family and Anglicare Australia and philanthropists BB & A Miller Foundation; David Morawetz’s Social Justice Fund and Australian Communities Foundation Impact Fund.
Read more about the Poverty and Inequality partnership here: http://povertyandinequality.acoss.org.au/partnership/