Give with a Donor-Advised Fund

Recommend grants to DePelchin Children’s Center through your donor-advised fund and help ensure that more children are a part of safe and loving families.

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What is a Donor-Advised Fund?

A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a type of giving fund administered by a third party that allows you to combine favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to easily support DePelchin Children’s Center. It is created to manage your charitable donations. An increasingly popular charitable vehicle, DAFs provide a way to simplify your charitable giving. DAFs allow you to give cash, stock and other assets and receive a tax deduction when the contribution is made. Then, you may use the fund to grant specific amounts to DePelchin over time.

How it works:

*Financial institutions generally charge an administrative fee on the assets in a DAF. These fees vary by sponsoring organization.

Ways to give through a Donor Advised Fund

Recommend a grant from your DAF through your fund administrator

Set up recurring grants from your Donor Advised Fund

Name DePelchin as the beneficiary of your DAF as part of your legacy plans. Learn more about legacy giving at DePelchin.