Private Ancillary Funds

Ancillary funds are charitable trusts established by deed for the purpose of making grants for public benefit in Australia.  They may not operate programs or deliver services, but instead play a supporting role through funding eligible nonprofit organisations.  There are two types of ancillary funds, private and public.  Private Ancillary Funds (commonly known as PAFs) are established and funded by a small, tightly bound group of donors (e.g. an individual, family or corporate group), and may not accept donations from the general public.

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