Governance


Despite decades of efforts and attempts to spread charity to Bangladesh's most vulnerable people, they are still dependant on assistance. Poverty affects youth, women and children, puts those who are incapable of defending themselves in a more vulnerable situation. Dollar A Day aims to pursue the common goal of helping to reduce economic poverty for all disadvantaged people by taking sustainable revenue generating projects in Bangladesh through charity.

 

Dollar A Day is an Australian non-profit charitable and limited by guarantee public company, which is a registered organisation under the Corporations Act 2001 and is taken to be registered in New South Wales.

Dollar A Day is also a holder of an Authority from Fair Trading of NSW Government, to appeal to the New South Wales public for funds, subject to the obligations set out in the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991 (the Act), the Charitable Fundraising Regulation 2015 and the conditions provided by Fair Trading.