Planned Giving

Planned giving refers to the practice of giving generously to the community around us. Planned giving may come in many forms and differs from the practice of giving ad-hoc donations.

In broad terms planned giving will fall into the following categories:

  • A planned giving program to commit a specific amount to selected causes each year;
  • The establishment of a Private Ancillary Fund (PAF) or a sub-fund in a Public Ancillary Fund (PuAF); and,
  • A bequest via your Estate Plan.

Planned giving is a tax effective way to assist the community and can be a satisfying way to engage, educate and inspire other family members.

Alternatively your gift may be donating valuable time and skills to a charitable cause you feel strongly about.

More information on Australian Philanthropic Services

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