This section outlines in detail our administrative policies and procedures in the following areas:
Statement of Conflict of Interest
HFHA is committed to conducting our programs in a transparent and accountable manner, and as such works to ensure any conflict of interest, perceived or otherwise, arising from our programs, fundraising or any other activities, is identified, managed and resolved as quickly as possible. For the full Conflict of Interest statement please click here.
Habitat for Humanity Australia is committed to operating openly and transparently while placing a high value on feedback and continuous improvement. Making Habitat for Humanity Australia’s activities and results as plain and understandable as possible leads to better outcomes for all stakeholders. In tandem with responsive and fair complaints handling process, accountability and transparency reduces the likelihood of adverse impacts and diminished trust. For the full Transparency Statement please click here.
Habitat for Humanity Australia is an active member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and adheres to the ACFID Code of Conduct, which defines minimum standards of governance, management and accountability of development for member non-government organisations (NGOs). Complaints relating to a breach of the ACFID Code of Conduct can be made to the ACFID Code of Conduct Committee
Notice to HFHA Members
Please be advised that EY, the Company Auditors have resigned as our auditors due to a change of focus in their philanthropic work. We take this opportunity to thank EY for their long-standing commitment to Habitat for Humanity Australia and for all their advice and expertise over many years. We are pleased to announce that the new Company Auditors HLB Mann Judd Assurance (NSW) Pty Ltd have been appointed and we look forward to working with them. If you have any specific queries on this please contact the HFHA Company Secretary on email@example.com