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PAFs, Private Ancillary Funds

PAFs to overtake other tax-deductible giving in under 10 years

By 2026 there will be more deductions claimed through PAF growth and giving than any other deductible giving source.

PAFs turn their attention to new investment options

PAFs Turn Their Attention to New Investment Options. Can You Benefit?

Private Ancillary Fund (PAF) regulations have recently changed. The billions of dollars within PAFs are now more accessible to charities.

Why Competitive Philanthropy is a Risk

The philanthropy of Anthony Pratt, as well as that of Andrew and Nicola Forrest, Westpac Bank and the Ramsay Foundation, is of inestimable help to people in need across Australia. It is rightly applauded, but the focus of the reportage on top-line numbers and competitive positioning might be counter-productive. Dr Daniel McDiarmid, Principal Consultant at AskRIGHT, explains why.

the university of chicago

The University of Chicago: a World Leader in Advancement and Philanthropy

The University of Chicago has a great history of philanthropic success. In the past decade, its advancement program has taken its place among the world’s leaders.

Qualities and Habits of Highly Effective Fundraisers (and One Really Bad Habit)

Qualities and Habits of Highly Effective Fundraisers (and One Really Bad Habit)

What makes a good fundraiser? What are the good habits of effective fundraisers? What are the main drivers of long-term success in fundraising?