Mapping the field of public ancillary funds

@article{Williamson2021MappingTF,
  title={Mapping the field of public ancillary funds},
  author={Alexandra Williamson and Belinda G. Luke},
  journal={Australian Journal of Public Administration},
  year={2021}
}
  • A. Williamson, B. Luke
  • Published 22 September 2021
  • Political Science
  • Australian Journal of Public Administration
This study analyses and profiles public ancillary funds (PubAFs), charitable trusts that act as intermediaries between public donors and approved nonprofit beneficiary organisations. PubAFs are an important part of Australia's philanthropic landscape given their public benefit purpose, yet little is known about this sector's characteristics and identities. This paper examines PubAFs, analysing online databases and reports and PubAF websites (where available). Based on the analysis of data from… 

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