ACSA launches new national organisation and branding

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Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) has announced from February 6 it will become a single national organisation to offer a “stronger voice” for the Not for Profit sector.

Bringing together over 70 staff across Australia, the move will allow the peak body to better champion policy and advocacy and offer more effective support services for members.

“While ACSA will become more focused on achieving outcomes for members nationally we understand the importance of the services members receive through local state associations,” ACSA CEO Pat Sparrow said.
ACSA has also launched its new branding – with a fresh, clean look – which will be carried across all of its communications and website at:

“This is an important step in our move to the new organisation and we feel ACSA’s new style is a reflection of the vibrant and innovative direction in which ACSA, and the industry, is heading,” Ms Sparrow said.