5 Donor Advised Fund Giving Tactics
Vanguard Charitable asks if you’re getting the most impact out of your charitable giving.
DAFs are powerful philanthropic planning tools that are, in my opinion, under-utilized by middle market philanthropists and unexplored by nonprofit fundraisers. They are structured enough to encourage purposeful planning with immediate tax-favored benefits but flexible enough to allow for spontaneity. Ebeling’s post also points out a great way for philanthropists to collaborate with each other in a common cause to leverage their DAF / social investment. The result can be magnified impact.
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Posted on August 25, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
There’s a great report about DAF’s here Laura.
Thank you for the reminder! It shows decided growth and interest in this type of philanthropic planning.