Governing documents

South Australian Rainbow Advocacy Alliance Inc. is a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).

You can find information about our charity on the ACNC’s Charity Portal including our Constitution, Annual Information Statements and Financial Reports.

Business plan 2022/23

Heading into the 2022/23 financial year, we’ve got some pretty big plans on the horizon.

Check out our priorities for this year in our Business Plan 2022/23.

Strategic plan

SA Rainbow Advocacy Alliance’s Strategic Plan 2021-23 sets out 3 strategic priorities for SARAA.

Advocate for LGBTIQA+ health and rights
  • Work with governments, decision-makers, partner organisations and our community, to advocate for law and policy reform
  • Provide proactive and reactive policy advice to to improve the health and rights of LGBTIQA+ people.
  • Develop a public policy platform articulating our advocacy priorities.
  • Engage and empower LGBTIQA+ communities and allies.
  • Engage traditional media outlets to raise awareness of LGBTIQA+ health and rights.
Build our community
  • Establish an LGBTIQA+ Community Advisory Group to ensure community voices inform South Australian law, policy and program planning.
  • Create spaces and opportunities for LGBTIQA+ communities to discuss issues that matter to them.
  • Strengthen our  engagement with LGBTIQA+ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and culturally diverse communities.
  • Grow our digital communities.
  • Continue to work in partnership with other LGBTIQA+ organisations and allies.
  • Explore a membership based model.
  • Regularly communicate our work to our supporters.
Develop our governance and sustainability
  • Secure grant income and explore other revenue sources.
  • Explore the option of registering for charity and DGR status with the ACNC.
  • Ensure our Board is appropriately skilled to lead SARAA.
  • Develop frameworks that enable us to measure and demonstrate our impact.
  • Develop organisational policies and procedures that support us to practice good governance.

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