Annual Report and Audited Accounts

Quaker Service Australia produces an Annual Report in compliance with ACFID's Code of Conduct. The Quaker Service Australia Annual Report covers the financial year from 1 October to 30 September each year and is presented at the QSA Annual General Meeting, held in January. To view the full audited accounts, click below. If you would like us to mail you a printed copy of the Annual Report, please contact us.

QSA Audited Accounts 2015-2016

2015 Signed Financial Report

QSA Audit report with signatures 2014

Annual Report 2014-15, minus financial report

QSA annual report 2012-2013

QSA Audited Accounts 2012-2013

If earlier reports (annual report and audited reports) are required, please contact the office.

Plesae note that QSA financial year commences on October 1st.

Summary of Projects:

All dates October 2015 – September 2016

St Jude October 2015 – September 2016
KYASIPED October 2015 – September 2016


All dates October 2015 – September 2016

Australian Projects
Kornar Winmil Yunti for 2014-15 and 2015-16


Quaker Service Australia is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Code of Conduct. The key benefit of being a member of ACFID is being part of a network of Australian non government organisations (NGO)s that share a commitment to poverty reduction and the promotion of human rights. This enables QSA to link with other NGOs and be engaged in and informed by dialogue on emerging issues that affect our sector.

ACFID provides training courses on core subjects such as monitoring and evaluation, child protection, changes to regulations from various government departments as well as training in how to prepare annual reports which meet the high standards of the ACFID Code of Conduct. It provides regular bulletins on information that is relevant to the sector, statistical information about the work of NGOs, lobbies government ministers’ on behalf of NGOs and also provides them with factual information about the work of NGOs.

The Code of Conduct is a voluntary, self regulatory industry code and sets out standards and requirements to which signatories to the Code are bound and against which complaints and compliance is assessed. It covers aspects of financial control, personnel management and governance, communicating with the public, the application of fundraising and charitable institutions legislation, and other legislation from relevant departments. Both ACFID and the Code committees are there to offer assistance to NGOs as well as providing assurance to the public that funds donated are used appropriately and projects undertaken are handled with integrity and effectiveness.

QSA also has full accreditation with Australian Aid and some of the funding for overseas projects comes from the Australian Government.

ACFID Australian Aid