The PAF Guide
The Complete Guide to Australia’s Private & Public Ancillary Funds (The PAF Guide) places 2,500+ funds and more than $11 billion at your fingertips.
Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) and Public Ancillary Funds (PuAFs) are an essential source of financial support for not-for-profit organisations. Whether you want to seek out major gifts, grants for not-for-profits, grants for charities, build relationships with prospects, or find corporate sponsorships, our PAF Guide will provide you with everything you need to connect with donors and nurture new revenue streams.
PAF GUIDE DATABASE
The process of identifying Private Ancillary Funds and Public Ancillary Funds, gathering information, selecting lucrative prospects, and reaching out to contacts is very time-consuming — and often expensive — for an organisation to do by itself. Our PAF Guide is an “industry-insider” resource that provides comprehensive and up-to-date information (collected from public sources and pay-for-content sources) about every Private and Public Ancillary Fund that is registered in Australia.
Use the PAF Guide to search and access valuable information:
Contact details and geographic location
Director details and professional history
Funding categories and regions
Philanthropic track record
Application guidelines and procedures
Size and financial capacity
PAF GUIDE SUBSCRIPTION
Subscriptions are available to not-for-profit organisations in Australia.
Comprehensive Private Ancillary Fund and Public Ancillary Fund details
Monthly updates of new funds entered, updates to existing funds, and cancelled funds
Ability to filter funds by size, cause, state, date, and location, and search keywords
Functionality to easily select favourite PAFs and PuAFs, and view all new and updated entries
Training videos facilitated by fundraising consultants and prospect researchers
Ongoing support and advice from the AskRIGHT research team
TO RAISE MORE MONEY FROM PAFs & PuAFs