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The Pension Protection Act of 2006 includes the first comprehensive regulation of donor advised funds. These requirements generally took effect at the beginning of the tax year following enactment of the Act, for charities that hold assets in such funds.
Your giving program looks like a convenient vehicle for fulfilling personal charitable pledges. Here’s what you need to know about when to say “no.”
We are pleased to share a practical toolkit for community foundations looking to engage their donors in an impact investment program.
Outlines the options that U.S. foundations have for giving globally.
Council summary of Treasury Department report on donor advised funds and supporting organizations.
In Notice 2007-21, the Treasury Department and IRS requested comments on issues relating to the organization and operation of donor advised funds and supporting organizations, to be included in a study of these organizations.
This chart details what organizations can and cannot receive grants from donor advised funds.