The CMA Standards Council remains in pilot mode until its formal launch later in 2017, but our pilot members are making steady progress towards accreditation. This interim directory lists those organisations who have successfully met the required Principles and Standards necessary for accreditation. A more detailed directory will be launched as the pilot program concludes.
FEBC reaches the least, the lost and the forgotten through radio and internet ministry. Our goal is to communicate the Good News among the nations by media to inspire people to follow Jesus Christ.
Anglican Aid is the overseas relief, aid and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia that represents the Archbishop of Sydney and the Sydney Diocese. It has a national and international profile and trust among many Anglicans and people who belong to other denominations. We are committed to the highest standards of development practice in providing Christian aid to vulnerable communities throughout the world.
TEAR Australia is a movement of Christians in Australia responding to the needs of poor communities around the world. Our motivation comes from our belief that God loves all people, and in Christ offers them the opportunity of a new life. We believe that God is just, and has particular care for the poor and those who suffer as victims of injustice.
By meeting the requirements for CMA Standards Council accreditation, these organisations are demonstrating their diligent efforts to elevate the accountability of their governance, fundraising and financial oversight to the highest standards. These organisations are now entitled to use the CMA Standards Council 'Seal' as evidence of their compliance with our principles and standards.