This article addresses frequently asked questioned about inactive funds policies.
Donor advised funds have been a part of the federal tax law of charity for nearly a century as a unique philanthropic tool. Because of the relatively small amount needed to start a DAF compared to assets needed to create a private foundation, DAFs serve as an opportunity for middle class Americans to pursue their philanthropy and to gain the benefit of the foundations’ expertise and experience in helping to guide their giving. Use these resources to learn more and gain valuable insight into managing and administering Donor Advised Funds.
These are a few examples of DAFs that are sparking tremendous change in their communities:
Larry Master, courtesy of Adirondack Foundation