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Curtin Not-for-Profit Initiative director David Gilchrist

Curtin reveals charities earning $100 billion

A new report from Curtin University has revealed Australia's charity sector is bringing in more than $100 billion each year and managing more than 2 million volunteers.

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Perth
Curtin's misuse of the word charities is intellectually lazy and deceptive. The primary role of a charity is to provide support to a disadvantaged group. The primary role of hospitals and universities is to serve the entire community. The primary goal of professional bodies is to serve professionals. They are not for profits, but not charities. By their definition, Curtin should have included Governments in their study. They are not for profit. Then they could have claimed, "Charities earning $1 trillion".

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