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Australian Indigenous Funders: Funding for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People and Communities

Australian Indigenous Funders: 6 Funds Open to Applications

BY CHLOE MARKS We acknowledge the Torres Strait Islander & Aboriginal people who are the traditional custodians of the lands and waters of Australia and we appreciate their culture of sharing which is the root and branch of philanthropy.  Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) and Public Ancillary Funds (PuAFs) are an important — yet, largely untapped — source of funding for nonprofit organisations in Australia, and our PafGUIDE® is the only comprehensive

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A closer look at PAFs in 2020: Part 2

A Closer Look at PAFs Established in 2020: Part 2

BY CHLOE MARKS Last April, as the charity sector started to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on services and fundraising, JBWere released ‘Where to from here? The outlook for philanthropy during COVID-19‘. The report used past trends to estimate the effect of a global health and economic crisis across the main types of philanthropy in Australia, including Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs):   One of the

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A closer look at PAFs in 2020: Part 1

A Closer Look at PAFs Established in 2020: Part 1

BY CHLOE MARKS Last April, as the charity sector started to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on services and fundraising, JBWere released ‘Where to from here? The outlook for philanthropy during COVID-19‘. The report used past trends to estimate the effect of a global health and economic crisis across the main types of philanthropy in Australia, including Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs):   One of the

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How To Access Ancillary Funds: Part 2

Did you know Private and Public Ancillary Funds (PAFs & PuAFs) hold more than $11 billion in assets? Learn about how your charity can access these funds.  Read Part 1 here. WHY ARE ANCILLARY FUNDS ESTABLISHED? Ancillary Funds are established primarily to claim tax deductibility for donations made to organisations that have deductible gift recipient (DGR) status, i.e. charitable organisations

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How To Access Ancillary Funds: Part 1

Did you know Private and Public Ancillary Funds (PAFs & PuAFs) hold more than $11 billion in assets? Learn about how your charity can access these funds.  WHAT ARE ANCILLARY FUNDS?  Ancillary Funds are trust instruments established by individuals, families, or business for the purpose of making tax deductible donations to entities with Item 1 Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status. There are more than 1,920

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