Working with Donors

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Ideas for donor services and frequently asked questions about engaging donors.
Discover the tax treatment under the Pension Protection Act (PPA) for gifts of fractional interests in tangible personal property, like books, artwork, furniture and more.
Community foundations occasionally receive a request for their money back from donors of advised funds and organizations that have established designated funds or agency endowments.
Community foundations are often faced with requests from donors or local volunteers who wish to express their support by raising money for the community foundation or for a particular fund.
Definition and issues around accepting gifts of tangible personal property.
Raising money for community needs is the central function of community foundations. No surprise, then, that we receive more questions about fundraising than about any other topic.
Accepting gifts of real estate, subchapter S corporations, and business interests (including general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies).
Can a 501(c)(3) organization with a donor advised fund at a community foundation make a distribution to itself?
“If I create a fund at the community foundation, can my investment manager still manage the funds?” You may have already come across a donor that asked this question.
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