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Grahame Marshall says the national recognition is reflective of the esteem in which the RFDS brand is held by the Australian people

RFDS named Australia’s most trusted charity

The Royal Flying Doctor Service has been ranked the most trusted charity of the nation's top 40 largest and most recognisable charities for the sixth consecutive year, according to a recently published report.

The 2016 Charitable Reputation Index, compiled by research consultants AMR and released last week, surveyed nearly 7,000 Australians across October and November on several parameters –services, innovation, workplace, citizenship, governance, leadership and cost management – and ranked the charities based on a scoring system.

The RFDS ranked first across all these dimensions, the first charity to do so since the index was established. It also defended its top position for a sixth year with a net score of 96.9 out of a possible 100 points.

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1st-Activ Foundation$100.1m
2nd-Royal Flying Doctor Service$97.8m
3rd-Ability Centre$64.7m
4th-Telethon Kids Institute$60.6m
5th↑Rocky Bay$57.7m
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