Activity

Registered charity revenue in billions

Main Activity Charities Revenue B
1 RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES 14,141 $5.326
2 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 4,177 $27.613
3 OTHER EDUCATION 3,804 $8.955
4 SOCIAL SERVICES 3,442 $13.851
5 ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 2,621 $7.083
6 CULTURE AND ARTS 2,486 $2.437
7 GRANT-MAKING ACTIVITIES 2,380 $2.527
8 OTHER HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY 1,697 $7.868
9 AGED CARE ACTIVITIES 1,281 $15.676
10 EMERGENCY AND RELIEF 1,280 $1.199
11 NOT PROVIDED 1,215 $0.081
12 ADVOCACY AND CIVIC ACTIVITIES 981 $1.234
13 ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES 958 $0.821
14 HOUSING ACTIVITIES 770 $2.908
15 RESEARCH 634 $2.995
16 HIGHER EDUCATION 629 $35.112
17 MENTAL HEALTH AND CRISIS INTERVENTION 590 $1.552
18 ANIMAL PROTECTION 575 $0.443
19 OTHER PHILANTHROPIC INTERMEDIARIES AND VOLUNTARISM PROMOTION 574 $0.578
20 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES 564 $1.491
21 OTHER RECREATION 493 $0.281
22 EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING 486 $3.150
23 HOSPITAL SERVICES AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES 387 $12.400
24 SPORTS 285 $0.250
25 INCOME SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE 227 $0.071
26 OTHER RECREATION AND SOCIAL CLUB ACTIVITY 202 $0.333
27 LAW AND LEGAL SERVICES 182 $1.195

Figures from 2018 Annual Information Statements

Electorate

Electorates are listed by the aggregate surplus/deficit for charities with addresses in that electorate. Some charities were not able to be assigned to an electorate due to lack of address information.

Electorate Charities Revenue Surplus/Deficit
1 SYDNEY 2,382 $17,386.096M $1,260.019M
2 MELBOURNE 2,619 $16,411.066M $808.031M
3 BRISBANE 873 $5,274.289M $219.930M
4 ADELAIDE 1,123 $4,818.946M $265.717M
5 PERTH 565 $3,669.965M $144.152M
6 CHISHOLM 428 $3,631.621M $150.419M
7 RYAN 243 $3,461.643M $145.614M
8 GRIFFITH 337 $3,254.330M $75.782M
9 HOTHAM 305 $3,136.166M $205.589M
10 KINGSFORD SMITH 300 $2,990.815M $139.717M
11 CANBERRA 843 $2,977.058M $203.045M
12 CURTIN 538 $2,923.976M $103.093M
13 NORTH SYDNEY 627 $2,496.749M $235.352M
14 SWAN 377 $2,465.840M $29.824M
15 MACNAMARA 659 $2,459.105M $224.932M
16 KOOYONG 512 $2,418.647M $90.298M
17 GRAYNDLER 414 $2,106.386M $61.376M
18 CUNNINGHAM 312 $2,092.285M $126.409M
19 BENNELONG 377 $2,082.525M $72.159M
20 NEWCASTLE 364 $1,988.798M $77.391M
21 PARRAMATTA 481 $1,981.945M $268.666M
22 CLARK 424 $1,892.820M $244.028M
23 BRADFIELD 392 $1,891.262M $35.081M
24 COOPER 218 $1,495.964M $50.347M
25 MORETON 301 $1,469.203M $60.494M
26 BOOTHBY 238 $1,409.471M $35.306M
27 BONNER 212 $1,395.448M $16.651M
28 LEICHHARDT 305 $1,331.375M $66.239M
29 LINDSAY 217 $1,280.726M $186.946M
30 MITCHELL 275 $1,267.092M $72.503M
31 CORIO 310 $1,134.037M $42.414M
32 STIRLING 220 $1,048.264M $84.587M
33 RIVERINA 527 $1,043.742M $2.555M
34 PAGE 469 $1,037.046M $45.496M
35 NEW ENGLAND 487 $972.969M $56.439M
36 STURT 352 $940.343M $159.239M
37 REID 391 $898.574M $60.261M
38 WENTWORTH 360 $895.282M $145.575M
39 GELLIBRAND 218 $890.964M $26.268M
40 HUGHES 179 $861.420M $631.751M
41 BALLARAT 302 $840.072M $47.702M
42 GROOM 283 $828.801M $24.475M
43 LILLEY 265 $780.593M $-7.815M
44 SOLOMON 246 $778.040M $-264.691M
45 FAIRFAX 249 $759.453M $61.235M
46 HERBERT 288 $742.280M $53.883M
47 MOORE 145 $679.670M $20.480M
48 MACKELLAR 229 $634.218M $58.464M
49 MCPHERSON 203 $629.121M $45.162M
50 HINDMARSH 209 $624.565M $116.016M
51 MONASH 281 $602.304M $37.047M
52 HIGGINS 437 $588.857M $60.076M
53 TANGNEY 187 $573.189M $22.937M
54 BEROWRA 286 $551.261M $20.092M
55 HASLUCK 200 $538.288M $8.595M
56 LINGIARI 184 $531.223M $68.686M
57 DURACK 509 $527.973M $11.245M
58 FLYNN 209 $520.059M $0.896M
59 DEAKIN 248 $516.246M $22.155M
60 MALLEE 392 $501.325M $29.819M
61 FREMANTLE 245 $497.588M $-0.161M
62 WARRINGAH 282 $491.587M $52.718M
63 CAPRICORNIA 173 $489.970M $26.569M
64 WANNON 397 $489.444M $23.110M
65 GIPPSLAND 281 $487.096M $29.273M
66 BENDIGO 385 $481.998M $42.729M
67 PARKES 463 $479.397M $41.204M
68 ISAACS 229 $473.570M $33.450M
69 CALARE 408 $472.386M $20.513M
70 BARTON 162 $464.413M $44.141M
71 GOLDSTEIN 274 $446.098M $98.912M
72 NICHOLLS 282 $442.108M $22.802M
73 BLAXLAND 263 $439.219M $66.615M
74 FLINDERS 186 $434.531M $11.163M
75 WILLS 222 $432.485M $50.394M
76 MARIBYRNONG 179 $425.690M $18.927M
77 INDI 320 $421.260M $8.634M
78 COWPER 389 $410.582M $15.349M
79 JAGAJAGA 186 $406.663M $53.192M
80 CALWELL 142 $386.727M $57.402M
81 BEAN 198 $377.078M $20.442M
82 FOWLER 217 $370.004M $61.951M
83 BARKER 408 $364.429M $9.539M
84 RANKIN 184 $361.559M $23.322M
85 WATSON 233 $347.883M $30.389M
86 GREENWAY 276 $341.251M $15.587M
87 LALOR 159 $336.727M $30.412M
88 RICHMOND 343 $336.103M $10.550M
89 MACARTHUR 209 $319.176M $25.290M
90 WHITLAM 234 $312.874M $33.535M
91 BASS 219 $304.800M $42.440M
92 SCULLIN 139 $304.694M $25.749M
93 FARRER 423 $300.919M $16.076M
94 LYNE 286 $297.477M $25.993M
95 KENNEDY 273 $278.381M $12.360M
96 BURT 246 $275.601M $19.679M
97 GREY 446 $274.705M $19.113M
98 HINKLER 182 $272.043M $7.632M
99 ROBERTSON 260 $268.600M $13.381M
100 MACQUARIE 335 $263.269M $13.948M
101 ASTON 245 $261.056M $19.151M
102 SPENCE 152 $260.583M $24.804M
103 CASEY 261 $257.268M $12.679M
104 MAYO 333 $256.344M $12.590M
105 FORREST 315 $253.405M $9.684M
106 O'CONNOR 465 $251.794M $17.853M
107 DUNKLEY 155 $247.330M $13.631M
108 MONCRIEFF 226 $242.923M $15.788M
109 LA TROBE 128 $236.810M $15.788M
110 GILMORE 277 $235.914M $-19.380M
111 BRUCE 220 $235.124M $10.079M
112 PATERSON 264 $232.165M $17.772M
113 FRASER 147 $225.182M $-59.312M
114 DAWSON 201 $222.912M $15.344M
115 BRADDON 185 $222.857M $15.711M
116 FORDE 179 $216.276M $5.771M
117 MENZIES 227 $215.725M $15.763M
118 COWAN 190 $210.793M $28.381M
119 HOLT 134 $208.517M $23.721M
120 HUNTER 302 $208.498M $12.938M
121 GORTON 119 $205.574M $18.595M
122 WIDE BAY 197 $205.467M $4.143M
123 BOWMAN 164 $204.281M $15.477M
124 PETRIE 126 $202.544M $10.499M
125 CHIFLEY 135 $192.827M $11.603M
126 BANKS 210 $190.255M $2.675M
127 OXLEY 150 $189.313M $5.643M
128 PEARCE 201 $185.454M $-1.043M
129 MCEWEN 140 $175.784M $7.163M
130 FISHER 182 $172.389M $14.403M
131 FADDEN 136 $170.644M $9.972M
132 CANNING 166 $167.832M $11.827M
133 BRAND 120 $167.488M $7.888M
134 MAKIN 149 $167.208M $11.117M
135 BLAIR 223 $163.942M $11.502M
136 EDEN-MONARO 318 $159.338M $5.889M
137 FRANKLIN 222 $157.480M $4.584M
138 MARANOA 311 $152.112M $7.981M
139 DOBELL 164 $136.725M $8.279M
140 KINGSTON 153 $133.053M $8.186M
141 CORANGAMITE 193 $132.973M $24.118M
142 WRIGHT 187 $132.166M $10.633M
143 COOK 193 $130.918M $7.688M
144 SHORTLAND 165 $125.064M $6.191M
145 MCMAHON 128 $122.536M $5.072M
146 LONGMAN 144 $112.782M $10.583M
147 DICKSON 170 $105.313M $5.826M
148 LYONS 158 $97.206M $12.949M
149 HUME 234 $92.015M $3.209M
150 FENNER 99 $81.791M $5.348M
151 WERRIWA 94 $42.489M $7.013M
152 NONE 3 $0.200M $-0.025M

Demographics

Welfare & JobKeeper recipients by Electorate. 1st quartile has least welfare/jobkeeper recipients, 4th quartile has the most.

All Electorates1519,526,930
Electorates in the 1st Quartile 371,751,136
Electorates in the 2nd Quartile 382,276,314
Electorates in the 3rd Quartile 392,618,889
Electorates in the 4th Quartile 372,993,350

The electorate of HIGGINS
Revenue $0.589BExpenses $0.529BSurplus $0.0601B

Breakdown of main payments at May 2020 for the electorate of HIGGINS

Pre Covid-19 ABS employment data for HIGGINS

18.2% 38.5% 6.8% 8.1% 12.7% 9.1% 1.4% 3.6%
Managers Professionals Technicians/Trades Community/Personal Service Clerical/Admin Sales Machinery Ops/Drivers Labourers

The ABS summarises SEIFA scores as measuring people's access to material and social resources, and their ability to participate in society.SEIFA deciles for postcodes in HIGGINS range between 9 and 10 with an average of:


PostcodeSuburbOrganisationsIndividuals*
1 3141 CHAPEL STREET NORTH 1,715 6,620
2 3181 PRAHRAN 1,427 5,508
3 3124 CAMBERWELL 1,315 5,076
4 3145 CAULFIELD EAST 1,066 4,115
5 3146 GLEN IRIS 977 3,771
6 3144 KOOYONG 826 3,188
7 3142 HAWKSBURN 759 2,930
8 3123 AUBURN 726 2,802
9 3143 ARMADALE 552 2,131

JobKeeper numbers are based on an estimation of 3.86 employees per organisation as the only figures publicly available by postcode are the number of organisations claiming JobKeeper. Youth Allowance and Austudy numbers (from March) are combined due to the small numbers. Main welfare payments are the most recently available which varies by month as follows:

PaymentDate
Age PensionMarch 2020
JobSeekerMay 2020
JobKeeperMay 2020
Disability Support PensionMarch 2020
Carer AllowanceMarch 2020
Carer PaymentMarch 2020
Parenting Payment SingleMarch 2020
Youth AllowanceMay 2020
AustudyMarch 2020
Parenting Payment PartneredMarch 2020
Official portrait of Bridget McKenzie
Bridget McKenzie The Nationals
Official portrait of David Van
David Van Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of James Paterson
James Paterson Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Jane Hume
Jane Hume Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Janet Rice
Janet Rice Australian Greens
Official portrait of Jess Walsh
Jess Walsh Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Kim Carr
Kim Carr Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Kimberley Kitching
Kimberley Kitching Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Raff Ciccone
Raff Ciccone Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Richard Di Natale
Richard Di Natale Australian Greens
Official portrait of Sarah Henderson
Sarah Henderson Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Scott Ryan
Scott Ryan Liberal Party of Australia

Official portrait of Katie Allen

Katie Allen Liberal Party of Australia
Sitting Member for Higgins

Katie Allen 46th Parliament 83 Interests
Kelly O'Dwyer 45th Parliament 86 Interests

Financials for charities in HIGGINS are aggregated by activity & listed by the percentage of revenue for charities in each activity that come from donations. Donations are likely to be the income stream most at risk from the current economic climate.

Activity Charities Government Donations Revenue Expenses Surplus %
NOT PROVIDED 20 0 1,206,000 1,212,116 9,412 1,202,704 100%
ANIMAL PROTECTION 4 82,235 1,008,123 1,349,989 1,131,947 218,042 75%
INCOME SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE 2 94,549 278,356 372,905 148,035 224,870 75%
HOSPITAL SERVICES & REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES 8 0 1,001,287 1,352,990 690,540 662,450 74%
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES 10 13,565 3,008,538 4,108,220 4,669,547 -561,327 73%
ADVOCACY & CIVIC ACTIVITIES 5 47,166 272,904 399,606 300,344 99,262 68%
OTHER HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY 16 2,079,676 7,843,436 12,287,695 10,348,049 1,939,646 64%
GRANT-MAKING ACTIVITIES 29 417,393 10,776,427 21,947,725 14,070,746 7,876,979 49%
RESEARCH 11 1,718,195 2,549,567 5,801,644 2,648,820 3,152,824 44%
OTHER RECREATION & SOCIAL CLUB ACTIVITY 2 18,271 84,417 219,464 213,497 5,967 38%
ECONOMIC, SOCIAL & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 31 4,241,902 4,838,415 13,994,600 10,682,201 3,312,399 35%
RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES 85 32,573 3,751,917 11,522,284 8,070,872 3,451,412 33%
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES 4 116,917 300,517 1,283,230 1,202,281 80,949 23%
OTHER PHILANTHROPIC INTERMEDIARIES & VOLUNTARISM PROMOTION 22 233,713 1,556,780 11,057,205 8,960,726 2,096,479 14%
SPORTS 5 247,948 116,224 956,282 947,339 8,943 12%
EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING 4 775,017 355,057 3,662,516 3,246,113 416,403 10%
MENTAL HEALTH & CRISIS INTERVENTION 3 335,936 51,477 597,954 336,083 261,871 9%
SOCIAL SERVICES 19 19,182,664 2,216,624 26,218,525 23,879,129 2,339,396 8%
HOUSING ACTIVITIES 9 3,704 182,303 2,631,695 2,061,747 569,948 7%
OTHER EDUCATION 50 9,077,597 2,955,138 43,014,164 41,947,728 1,066,436 7%
CULTURE & ARTS 18 7,959,728 873,166 13,027,750 15,867,856 -2,840,106 7%
EMERGENCY & RELIEF 13 29,600 155,538 2,777,955 3,776,402 -998,447 6%
PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION 52 59,077,811 13,385,720 281,203,867 259,037,877 22,165,990 5%
HIGHER EDUCATION 8 2,381,615 215,670 11,720,263 11,934,460 -214,197 2%
AGED CARE ACTIVITIES 5 65,736,892 1,545,973 113,508,025 100,186,482 13,321,543 1%
OTHER RECREATION 2 0 0 2,628,628 2,412,879 215,749 0%

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