The only database of every ancillary fund in Australia
PafGUIDE is an "industry insider" resource that provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on all Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) and Public Ancillary Funds (PuAFs). PafGUIDE combines over ten years of continued research into one user-friendly online database. Subscriptions are available to nonprofit organisations throughout Australia.
We do the research so you can engage with Australia's wealthiest givers
Does your Australian charity or nonprofit organisation need to grow your major gift prospects and trusts & foundations portfolio?
The people behind Private Ancillary Funds are some of the wealthiest givers in Australia, but the research required to find and compile information on them is often too time-consuming and costly for organisations in need of philanthropic support. With all the details you need in one place, PafGUIDE gives you exclusive access to every Private Ancillary Fund (PAF) and Public Ancillary Fund (PuAF) and puts you in the best position to receive major gifts and grants for your cause.
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What PafGUIDE subscribers are saying
"The PafGUIDE has been a helpful tool for prospect research. To build a sustainable and structured philanthropy program, it's essential to access the best resources for the fundraising team."
Key Relationship Manager, Philanthropy
"The PafGUIDE database is invaluable, since it has easily accessible information which assists me to speed up my regular work."
Eresha de Silva
Prospect Development Specialist
"The PafGUIDE assists us to not only identify entities that may be in a position to support our projects at the School and with our partners but also reduces research time significantly."
Director of Advancement