Message from QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh
In a year where we have all faced personal and professional challenges, the QCOSS movement has worked consistently and optimistically toward our unifying vision of equality, opportunity and wellbeing for all Queenslanders.
With an election and two state budgets, we were presented with big opportunities to advocate for a recovery from the ongoing social and economic impacts caused by COVID-19. Central to this was ensuring our priorities and advocacy agenda were clearly informed by the voices and views of our members.
We progressed our member-informed policy work focussing on women, housing and living affordability. We developed an issues identification system that allows us to identify real and timely issues in the community service sector, and we spoke with and listened to members around the state about their priorities and the issues emerging in their local communities.
Accessibility and the QCOSS Annual Report 2020-21
This year’s report was produced as an interactive online version containing a summarised version of our Financials. To receive and consider the full Financial Statements, the Directors Report and the Auditor’s Report for the financial year ended 30 June 2021, download the accessible version below.