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John XXIII Catholic Primary School

Transparency
0/3 stars
 
This charity has neither annual or historic annual reports on their website. A financial report is not available on the charity website, but can be found on the ACNC site. There are no historic financial reports available.

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Why this is important
Charities that put annual reports and financial reports online reliably are more transparent, helping donors to make more informed decisions.
Financial sustainability
0/3 stars
 
Full historic financial details are not available, making it difficult to assess financial sustainability. It has more liabilities than assets,
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and total assets cover less than 3 months worth of expenses.

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Some charities are more responsible with their money than others. If a charity has made continual losses over the last three years, it is probably not being well managed financially. Similarly, if it has more liabilities than assets, it is not in good financial shape.
Privacy
1/1 star
 
The charity has a privacy policy available.

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Basic information

Basic information
Other names: OUR LADY OF LOURDES PRIMARY SEVEN HILLS, OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY PRIMARY KELLYVILLE, Holy Family Preschool Emerton, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care St Matthew's Windsor, OUR LADY OF LOURDES PRIMARY BAULKHAM HILLS, ST MATTHEW'S PRIMARY WINDSOR, ST CANICE'S PRIMARY KATOOMBA, ST BERNADETTE'S PRIMARY LALOR PARK, Loyola Catholic Trade Training Centre Mount Druitt, OUR LADY OF THE NATIVITY PRIMARY LAWSON, GILROY CATHOLIC COLLEGE CASTLE HILL, COSHC Sacred Heart Primary Mt Druitt South, ST MICHAEL'S PRIMARY BLACKTOWN SOUTH, Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Preschool Greystanes, COSHC St Matthew's Primary Windsor, ST ANDREW'S COLLEGE - HOLY FAMILY CAMPUS - MARAYONG, BEDE POLDING COLLEGE WINDSOR SOUTH, ST NICHOLAS OF MYRA PRIMARY PENRITH, ST PATRICK'S MARIST COLLEGE DUNDAS, CELC Greystanes, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care Sacred Heart Westmead, ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI PRIMARY GLENDENNING, HOLY FAMILY PRIMARY LUDDENHAM, COSHC St Nicholas of Myra Primary Penrith, COSHC Bethany Primary Glenmore Park, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care, COSHC Mary Immaculate Primary Quakers Hill, ST MADELEINE'S PRIMARY KENTHURST, DELANY COLLEGE GRANVILLE, Catholic Vacation Care, COSHC St Patrick's Primary Blacktown, ST FINBAR'S PRIMARY GLENBROOK, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care Good Shepherd Plumpton, ST JOSEPH'S PRIMARY KINGSWOOD, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care St Patrick's Blacktown, CLARE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL HASSALL GROVE, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care Sacred Heart Mt Druitt South, ST MARGARET MARY'S PRIMARY MERRYLANDS, CHISHOLM CATHOLIC PRIMARY BLIGH PARK, HOLY TRINITY PRIMARY GRANVILLE, EMMAUS CATHOLIC COLLEGE KEMPS CREEK, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care Our Lady Of The Way Emu Plains, XAVIER COLLEGE LLANDILO, JOHN XXIII CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL STANHOPE GARDENS, PATRICIAN BROTHERS COLLEGE BLACKTOWN, CELC Holy Family Parish Emerton, ST JOHN VIANNEY'S PRIMARY DOONSIDE, GOOD SHEPHERD PRIMARY PLUMPTON, ST COLUMBA'S HIGH SPRINGWOOD, OUR LADY OF MT CARMEL PRIMARY WENTWORTHVILLE, Mother Teresa Primary Westmead, HOLY CROSS PRIMARY GLENWOOD, Our Lady of the Angels Primary Kellyville, LOYOLA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MOUNT DRUITT, ST AGNES CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ROOTY HILL, NAGLE COLLEGE BLACKTOWN SOUTH, MARY IMMACULATE PRIMARY QUAKERS HILL, CELC St Michael's Blacktown South, ST MARY'S PRIMARY RYDALMERE, CORPUS CHRISTI PRIMARY CRANEBROOK, ST PATRICK'S PRIMARY GUILDFORD, COSHC Sacred Heart Primary Westmead, SACRED HEART PRIMARY WESTMEAD, ST ANGELA'S PRIMARY KELLYVILLE, ST MARK'S CATHOLIC COLLEGE STANHOPE GARDENS, CERDON COLLEGE MERRYLANDS, ST MONICA'S PRIMARY NORTH PARRAMATTA, ST MONICA'S PRIMARY RICHMOND, ST JOSEPH'S PRIMARY SCHOFIELDS, PARRAMATTA MARIST HIGH WESTMEAD, Catholic Early Learning Centre Holy Family Parish Emerton, ST PAUL THE APOSTLE PRIMARY WINSTON HILLS, SACRED HEART PRIMARY MT DRUITT SOUTH, OUR LADY OF THE WAY PRIMARY EMU PLAINS, ST PATRICK'S PRIMARY BLACKTOWN, ST THOMAS AQUINAS PRIMARY SPRINGWOOD, Catholic Out Of School Hours Care Bethany Glenmore Park, CATHERINE McAULEY WESTMEAD, TRINITY CATHOLIC PRIMARY KEMPS CREEK, McCARTHY CATHOLIC COLLEGE EMU PLAINS, ST JOHN'S PRIMARY RIVERSTONE, ST OLIVER'S PRIMARY HARRIS PARK, ST PATRICK'S PRIMARY PARRAMATTA, OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY PRIMARY ST MARY'S, McCarthy Catholic College Trade Training Centre Penrith, TERRA SANCTA COLLEGE - 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NIRIMBA CAMPUS - QUAKERS HILL, TERRA SANCTA COLLEGE QUAKERS HILL, CELC Stanhope Gardens, COSHC Mother Teresa Primary Westmead, BETHANY CATHOLIC PRIMARY GLENMORE PARK, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta, COSHC Good Shepherd Primary Plumpton, ST MICHAEL'S PRIMARY BAULKHAM HILLS, ST ANDREW'S PRIMARY MARAYONG, HOLY FAMILY PRIMARY GRANVILLE EAST, ST BERNADETTE'S PRIMARY DUNDAS, Catholic Early Learning Centre Mary Queen of the Family Parish Blacktown, COSHC St Francis of Assisi Primary Glendenning, COSHC St Paul the Apostle Primary Winston Hills, COSHC John XXIII Primary Stanhope Gardens, COSHC Holy Cross Primary Glenwood, COSHC Christ the King Primary North Rocks, St John Paul II Catholic College Schofields, COSHC St Bernadette's Primary Castle Hill
ABN: 86875623906
Website: clcstanhope.catholic.edu.au
Address: 12 Victoria Road PARRAMATTA NSW
Year established: 1987
Charity size: Large
Donations are tax deductible: No
Religious Charity: Yes
States worked in
States operated in:
  • NSW
Staffing
Full-time staff: 2694
Part-time staff: 1855
Volunteers: None

What the charity does

Primary purpose: Primary and secondary education
Groups
Groups worked with:
  • Children
  • People with Disabilities
  • Youth
Types
Types of work conducted:
  • Primary and secondary education

Financial information

Finances

Revenue and expenses:

  Revenue      Expenses
What is this and why is it important?
Data table

What is this?

This graph shows how much revenue (money in) and expenses (money out) the charity has had each year over the last few years. Charities have many sources of revenue, such as donations, government grants, and services they sell to the public. Similarly, expenses are everything that allows the charity to run, from paying staff to rent.

What should I be looking for?

First off, this graph gives a general indication of how big the charity is - charities range in size from tiny (budgets of less than $100,000) to enormous (budgets more than $100 million). You're also looking for variability - if the charity's revenue and expenses are jumping up and down from year to year, make sure there's a good reason for it.

Unlike companies, charities and not-for-profits aren't on a mission to make money. However, if they spend more than they receive, eventually they will go into too much debt and run into trouble. As a very general rule, you want revenue to be slightly above expenses. If expenses is reliably above revenue, the charity is losing money. If revenue is much larger than expenses, it means the charity might not be using its resources effectively. It isn't always that simple, however, and there's a lot of reasons a charity might not follow this pattern. They might be saving up for a big purchase or campaign, or they might have made a big one-off payment. If you're worried, always look at the annual and financial reports to understand why the charity is making the decisions it is.

Data table

201220132014201520162017
RevenueUnknownUnknownUnknown$592,530,843UnknownUnknown
ExpensesUnknownUnknownUnknown$535,087,266UnknownUnknown
 

Surplus/deficit:

  Surplus/Deficit   
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Data table

What is this?

If a charity receives more money than it spends, that's a surplus (in business, it would be called profit). If it spends more than it receives, that's a deficit. This chart shows surpluses and deficits for the charity over the last few years.

What should I be looking for?

Unlike companies, charities and not-for-profits aren't on a mission to make money. However, if they spend more than they receive, eventually they will go into too much debt and run into trouble. As a very general rule, you want a charity to make a small surplus on average. A deficit means that charity lost money that year, which may indicate poor financial management or just a series of bad circumstances. If the charity always has a huge surplus, it means the charity might not be using its resources effectively. It isn't always that simple, however, and there's a lot of reasons a charity might not follow this pattern. They might be saving up for a big purchase or campaign, or they might have made a big one-off payment. If you're worried, always look at the annual and financial reports to understand why the charity is making the decisions it is.

Data table

201220132014201520162017
Surplus/DeficitUnknownUnknownUnknown$57,443,577UnknownUnknown
 

Donations compared to other revenue:

  Other revenue      Donations
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What is this?

This chart compares the amount the charity receives in donations (i.e. money given by the general public) compared to its overall revenue (i.e. the amount of money it receives in a year overall).

What should I be looking for?

Donations are an important source of revenue for some charities. Others rely more heavily on government funding, or on revenue from other sources. This is an indication of how much they need donors to accomplish their mission. Note that there is no 'good' or 'bad' amount of donations for a charity to have. It might be interesting to look at values over time - are they going up or down? A charity that gets less donations every year may be in trouble.

Data table

201220132014201520162017
DonationsUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
Other RevenueUnknownUnknownUnknown$592,530,843UnknownUnknown
Total RevenueUnknownUnknownUnknown$592,530,843UnknownUnknown
 

Assets and Liabilities:

  Current Assets     Total Assets     Current Liabilities     Total Liabilities
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Data table

What is this?

Assets are things that the charity owns that are worth something. This could be anything from a car to investments. Similarly, liabilities are debts or obligations that the charity owes to someone else, like a loan or an agreement to pay for something. Current assets are assets that are expected to be turned to cash within a year, like inventory. Again, current liabilities are similar - they're liabilities that will fall due during the next year.

What should I be looking for?

Firstly, in general a charity should have more assets than liabilities. If it doesn't, it implies that the charity might not be able to pay its debts, and you should look very closely at the charity's annual and financial reports to make sure they are taking steps to remedy this. Current assets should generally be above current liabilities - that means the charity can easily pay off the debts that are coming due soon. Beyond that, look for a large stockpile of assets. While a charity should have enough assets to keep it afloat in hard times (a 'buffer') if that stockpile gets too large the charity could be using that money more effectively. As always, if you have concerns check the annual and financial reports.

Data table

201220132014201520162017
Current AssetsUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
Current LiabilitiesUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
Total AssetsUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
Total LiabilitiesUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
 

Financial Table

Charity Financial Year ends in December

201220132014201520162017
RevenueUnknownUnknownUnknown$592,530,843UnknownUnknown
- Of which donationsUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
ExpensesUnknownUnknownUnknown$535,087,266UnknownUnknown
Surplus/DeficitUnknownUnknownUnknown$57,443,577UnknownUnknown
Current AssetsUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
Current LiabilitiesUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
Total AssetsUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0
Total LiabilitiesUnknownUnknown$0$0$0$0

Detailed scoring

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Transparency details

What the Transparency score measures

In the transparency score, we try to assess how open the charity is about what it does. Ideally, charities should release both information about what they've been doing (annual reports) and how they've spent their money (financial reports). The more detailed the financial reports, the better.

Scoring table

Criteria Result Score
Current annual report Not available 0/1
An annual report for the last year (or so) cannot be found on the charity's website. Annual reports generally detail what that charity has done for the last 12 months.
Historic annual reports Not available 0/1
Annual reports for previous years cannot be found on the charity's website. Annual reports generally detail what that charity has done for the last 12 months.
Financial report Finances on ACNC 1/3
A financial report for the charity's last financial year cannot be found on their website, but is hosted by the ACNC. So while the finances are accessible, the charity is not being perfectly transparent about their presence.
Historic financial reports Not available 0/2
Financial reports for previous years are not available on the charity's website. This is not very transparent.
Total score 1/7
Stars 0/3
Financial details

What the Financial score measures

The financial score aims to give an indication of how well the charity is going financially. Charities are not like businesses - they do not need to make profits or give dividends. However, it is important that the finances of a charity are managed well, otherwise the charity may run out of money and go bankrupt. These financial measures, while crude, give a sense of how well the charity is taking care of its money.

Scoring table

Criteria Result Score
Losses in past 5 yearsN/A0/2
The charity has not made full financial details available from the last five years, making it impossible to determine this metric.
Assets greater than liabilitiesUnknown0/2
We don't know whether the charity has more assets than liabilities. This gives an automatic zero score.
Asset cover of expenses0 months0/1
This gives a sense of how long the charity could survive if donations or other revenue dried up temporarily. This charity has three months or less of savings - a fairly thin margin, and a worry if the charity suddenly falls on hard times. It's often sensible for charities to have a healthy buffer, as their revenues can be very volatile. How much money a charity should have stored for a rainy day depends on their sector, their financial plan, and a number of other factors. Check their financial report for more information.
Total score 0/5
Stars 0/3
Privacy details

What the Privacy score measures

When you donate to a charity, you often give them a lot of your personal information, such as your address, phone number, email, and even your banking details. Charities have been known to buy, sell, or transfer this information from charity to charity. If they want to do this, they need to state it in their privacy policy. If they don't have a privacy policy, there's no way for you to know what they do with your information.

Scoring table

Criteria Result Score
Privacy statementAvailable 1/1
The charity has a privacy statement available, which should outline what they can and can't do with your data. Don't forget to check it to see whether they can buy or sell your personal details!
Total score 1/1
Stars 1/1

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