The Effective Use of Public Ancillary Funds and Other DGR Funds by Schools to Fund Recurrent and Capital Expenditure with Deductible Giving

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Schools are often familiar with the concept of philanthropic fundraising to the extent of a “Building Fund”, however with adequate active fundraising by the school itself, the benefits of tax deductible gifts can be applied in a variety of ways to assist with both capital and recurrent needs. Through careful structuring of various philanthropic funds by schools, it is possible for these income streams to not only assist with fundraising for capital purposes, but also boost the recurrent income of the school.

In this paper titled ‘The Effective Use of Public Ancillary Funds and Other DGR Funds by Schools to Fund Recurrent and Capital Expenditure with Deductible Giving‘, Andrew Lind (Director), cover the several key Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Funds which schools may operate in order to either raise funds or utilise these funds for capital or recurrent income purposes. You may read the full article here.