How to give to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund through a Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)
You can change the world through long-term, strategic charitable giving that minimizes your costs and maximizes charitable dollars. While giving to charity can be its own reward, giving through a donor-advised fund makes giving go further.
A donor-advised fund is a little like a personal charitable savings account. A donor creates an account with a financial institution and makes a contribution of cash, stock or other assets like real estate or artwork and can take an immediate tax deduction for the gift. It is designed exclusively to invest, grow and give assets to charities for meaningful and lasting impact.
How a Donor-Advised Fund works
Donate assets into a DAF and recommend how those assets should be invested. Your contribution is tax-deductible and the assets in the DAF grow tax-free. When you’re ready, you can recommend a grant to a charity you care about, and your Funds administrator can take care of the rest. Some people call it a giving vehicle. Others call it a philanthropic fund. It’s the most convenient, tax-efficient way to give back.
Make a tax-deductible donation
Contributions to your donor-advised fund are tax-deductible. Working with your charitable fund advisor, you can craft a legacy plan that ensures your charities are funded beyond your lifetime.
Support charities you love, now or over time
You can support the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund with grant recommendations from your donor-advised fund. These funds will be used only for charitable purposes.
For more information, contact the IFHF Development Office at 646-275-0086 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org