The charity compass, a charity research and consulting firm, has produced an annual charity rankings for the past 10 years.
The charity has also released an annual report to the government and is working on a new charity guide.
The charity compass has compiled the data from more than 700 charities across Australia.
The charities have a range of objectives including promoting a better quality of life for the community, assisting people to make the transition to new and improved health care services, and helping people to develop their own skills and skills to improve their lives.
To rank the charities in terms of their charities, the charity compass analysed a range a criteria including their financial strength, the extent of their community support, the number of employees, the level of charity fundraising and the extent to which they have a long-term commitment to their mission.
The charity’s charity rankings are based on the charity’s financial strength.
A charity is deemed to be financially strong if its income is greater than $100 million a year.
For example, if a charity is a charitable foundation and its income of $100m a year is more than $1.5m, the organisation is deemed financially strong.
The organisation is also considered financially strong to be more than 100% self-supporting and to have more than one year of financial strength in excess of $1 million.
The charities charity rankings have also been used by government and non-government organisations, charities, charities in special circumstances, and private organisations to target charities.
A charity’s charitable status is based on a variety of factors including its income, the amount of support received from the public, and its community engagement and charitable activities.
It also depends on the nature of the organisation, such as a private or charitable charity, which is defined as:Any organisation that is not a public charity, but is primarily devoted to the care and support of persons who are blind, deaf or disabled and whose needs are of such magnitude that they require the assistance of others.
The data shows the top charities in Australia with the highest charitable status.
The top charities are the Australian Christian Lobby, the Christian Brothers and Sisters, the Catholic Charities Australia, the International Federation of the Blind and the Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is ranked third with a charitable status of $17.7m, followed by the National Church of Australia, which has a charitable income of just under $2m.
The Christian Brothers, the national charity of the Australian Baptist Church, is ranked fourth with a $14.5 million income.
The Catholic Church of Victoria is the fifth most charitable charity with $10.8m in revenue.
The most charitable organisations in Australia include the Salvation Armies, Christian Brothers Charities and the Catholic Church.
The top 10 most charitable charities in the country include the Australian Christians, the Australian Churches, the Evangelical Fellowship, the Church of the Holy Cross, the Friends of the Faith, the Salvation Angels, the National Society of the Evangelicals and the United Church of Christ.
The Australian Christian Charities, the largest and oldest national charity in Australia, has been operating for more than 75 years.