Over the next 15 years an estimated $70 billion in household income and approximately $400 billion in housing assets are expected to transfer from one generation to the next.
The bulk of this wealth is likely to be inherited by wealthy Australians over the age of 55. We believe philanthropy will increase as this anticipated intergenerational wealth transfer takes place.*
The not-for-profit sector is uniquely positioned to capture a significant portion of this wealth via bequests and major gifts.
Increasingly, donors are seeking not-for-profits that can demonstrate they have the appropriate giving structures and governance framework in place to manage their donations. By partnering with us to establish and manage an endowment fund, you can reassure your donors that their contribution will be managed effectively.
An endowment fund can provide an ongoing and sustainable income stream for your not-for-profit organisation. Typically, the fund’s capital is preserved and income is allocated annually to cover your organisation’s operating or programming costs.
An endowment is appropriate if your organisation:
We have a team of specialists in philanthropy with experience working with not-for-profit organisations and establishing and managing endowment funds.
We will work closely with you to review whether an endowment fund is right for your organisation and, if so, to present the reasons your organisation should establish an endowment fund to your board and executive team.
Once the endowment fund is established, we will provide trustee services and customised reporting to assist you to achieve your fundraising objectives.
*Source: mccrindle 2019 https://mccrindle.com.au/insights/blog/australias-generations-wealth-income/
Head of Philanthropy and Social Investment
Manager Charitable Services
Senior Trust Officer – Philanthropy and Social Investment
Estate Planning Lawyer