Regional Enterprise Development Institute Ltd
Also known as “REDI.E”, Regional Enterprise Development Institute Ltd is a large-scale charity established in 2003. Their main activity is registered as employment and training primarily serving aboriginal and torres strait islander people.
We create opportunities for people to get ready for work and get a job. We do this to bring communities out of a cycle of disadvantage and entrenched poverty, improve social outcomes and demonstrate positive career pathways to our communities young people. We deliver programs that support all job seekers, including young people, older workers and long term job-seekers, to get job ready and enter long-term, meaningful and sustainable employment. We deliver a range of community programs which work to build stronger, more sustainable communities thought out Western NSW. We work with a number of partners to deliver these programs, including State and Federal Government, local businesses, employers, community members and other not-for-profits. We create and get involved with programs and help increase pride in our communities, build people's understanding of the region's cultural heritage, and support young people and their education. These all form part of our holistic and whole-of-community approach to improving the social fabric and; living standards of Western NSW. Our Social Enterprises are successful and sustainable businesses, that also just happen to deliver outstanding and equitable opportunities for on-the-job training. Each Social Enterprise in the region is unique, and our portfolio of businesses is expanding rapidly. each provides life skills, employment and training for community members, as well as good and services that the wider community can enjoy: whether that been a good coffee, a nice place to meet and relax or a great meal... the possibilities are endless.
Who They Help
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- People in rural/regional/remote communities
- Unemployed persons
Total employee expenses: $5,880,467 (59% of revenue).
Average full-time equivalent salary: $60,623.
Revenue vs Expenses
Regional Enterprise Development Institute Ltd has seen an average annual decline of -6% in revenue versus a -12% p.a. decrease in expenses.
Assets vs Liabilities
As of 2019, Regional Enterprise Development Institute Ltd has a debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio of 0.22. This is considered safer than average within the charity space.
Sources of Revenue
Sources of Expense
- Allan Lamb
- Arthur Fernando
- Elsie Evans
- Cecil Mchughes
- Board Member
- Allan Lamb
- Norma Kennedy
- Board MemberPossibly also represents: Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation.
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- Registration Status
- Charity is registered.
- DGR Status
Donations can be claimed as a tax deduction.
- Office Address
1 Asset Way
- Operating States
- Entity Type
Australian Public Company
A company is a non-individual client type. Company is defined to include a body corporate and any other unincorporated association or body of persons but does not include a partnership or a non-entity joint venture. Public Benevolent Institution
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