Give with your donor advised fund in three clicks.
Donating with your DAF through our partnership with Chariot makes DAF giving simple for you and helps our gift tracking and processing.
What is a donor advised fund?
A donor advised fund (DAF) is a specialized financial account used for charitable giving—like a 401K for charity. Some call it a charitable giving account. It allows individuals to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax deduction, and then make grants to nonprofits over time.
The money in a DAF can also grow tax free and be donated at any time in the future—there are no time limits or distribution requirements for DAFs today.
Anyone can set up a DAF—either through companies that provide banking services (Fidelity, Vanguard, Schwab, etc.), newer startups dedicated to DAFs (Daffy, Charityvest, Groundswell, etc.), or often through local community foundations.
Do you have questions about donor advised fund giving?
Contact Brian Stenson, Director of Advancement
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