AskRIGHT offers a range of fundraising research services to help nonprofit organisations find sources of funding. We have Fundraising Researchers throughout Australia and New Zealand available to identify high-quality prospects for your organisation. If you need further advice and assistance, our Fundraising Consultants can help you engage with prospects, ask for major gifts, and maintain positive relationships with your supporters.


We find individuals & families, trusts & foundations, private funds, companies, and other potential sources of funding for your nonprofit organisation. Using publicly-available information and pay-for-content sources, we can search both nationally and internationally to present you with a list of high-quality philanthropic prospects.


Do you want to know more about the individual prospects that we identify or names you provide to us? We compile a detailed prospect profile — including contact details, background, education, career, directorships and memberships, awards and honours, wealth and giving capacity, charitable activity and philanthropy, and any links to your organisation — or, we can develop a custom prospect profile template in consultation with you. We can also produce a risk assessment report for due diligence. 


We help your organisation with all aspects of securing grant funding — from grant identification, grant writing, and applying for grants to monitoring acquittal and reporting requirements. We can also identify tenders and prepare tender responses. We gather the necessary information from your organisation and send you frequent updates on the progress and outcome of the funding applications while reducing the administrative burden for you and your team.


Do you want to find the high-net-worth-individuals in your database? We can run a scan of your donor database or alumni database against our comprehensive list of over 13,000 Private Ancillary Fund (PAF) and Public Ancillary Fund (PuAF) directors. This service is a kind of wealth screening with the added assurance that these directors are actively seeking to distribute funds through their PAF or PuAF. It will help segment your database and inform your major gift strategy.

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