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Offer a Boutique Grant Writing Service

GRANT SEEKING SOLUTION

OPP RECEIVING SERVICE

A BESPOKE GRANT WRITING SERVICES

OPP Receiving Service- A Bespoke Grant Writing Services. We offer a boutique grant writing service including development of a GRANT SEEKING SOLUTION from research to lodgement or partial service overseeing and providing advice to existing grant personnel, grant writing or opportunity research. We believe every organisation is unique and therefore requires a tailored solution to successfully developing and expanding grant funding opportunities.

OPP GIVING SERVICE

A SPECIALIST SERVICE OFFERING GOVERNANCE AND STRATEGY ADVICE IN RELATION TO CHARITABLE GIVING. 

We assist to align passion with purpose and values.

We also offer advice, guidance, strategy around Private ancillary funds (PAFs). A private ancillary fund (PAF) is a type of charitable trust that offers an effective and strategic way to manage your philanthropy. You donate money into the PAF, receive an immediate tax deduction and use the money put aside to give to the charities of your choice each year.

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WHAT IS PAF?

A Private Ancillary Fund (PAF) is a type of charitable trust designed to provide individuals, families or associations with an investment structure for philanthropic purposes.

In its simplest form the workings of a PAF can be summarised as follows:

Gifts are made by associated parties to the PAF

Gifts are generally tax deductible to the donor at the time the gift is made

Gifts are invested within the PAF and are managed by the trustee (generally a corporate trustee)

The PAF trustee decides on the timing and amount of the distribution (subject to minimums). Trust distributions must be made to other deductible gift recipients (excluding other PAFs).

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WHY USE A PRIVATE ANCILLARY FUND?

A PAF may be suitable for someone where:

  • They wish to keep on giving after their death

  • They want a structured way to involve their children or family in giving

  • They have recently disposed of an asset and wish to obtain a tax deduction in the year of sale (note: keep in mind that once a gift is made to the trust it cannot be revoked), or

  • They wish to devote a considerable amount of time to philanthropy into the future.

 

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MARC AHMELMAN

20 Tugulawa Street Balmoral QLD 4171