Strong trust in flying doctors
THE Royal Flying Doctor Service has once again been named Australia’s Most Reputable Charity.
The annual Charity Reputation Index surveys Australians to measure the overall reputation of the country’s 40 largest charities and ranks them accordingly.
This is the eighth year of the Reputable Index and the eighth year the RFDS has been named first.
The RFDS reputation score of 96.8 remains at the highest levels recorded by Reputation Institute for any organisation.
“It is a privilege to be once again be named Australia’s most reputable charity and it is an indication of the value, trust and respect that Australian’s hold for the Flying Doctor and its 90 years of service to people in the bush,” Royal Flying Doctor chief executive officer Martin Laverty said.
“To again be recognised, is a fitting way to conclude the celebrations of the 90th year and great recognition of the value of the work of the Royal Flying Doctor Service to the Australian people.”
FLYING AHEAD: RFDS has been named Australia’s most reputable charity for the eighth time.