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Save the Children is proud to participate in #GivingTuesday - our goal is to raise funds for our vital work for children and families in the US and around the world. Additional information about ways to give back and support us on November 30th can be found here.
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How You Can Support Save the Children with a Donor-Advised Fund
A donor-advised fund allows you to give back to a cause that’s close to your heart. It’s an opportunity to put your charitable dollars to work – where the need is great – but on your own terms. Thus, you have flexibility to tailor your philanthropic giving in easy, cost-effective ways.
You can designate funds to an emergency response, make an unrestricted annual gift or recommend recurring payments to a special appeal. Another option is to support programs that meet your interests, such as maternal and newborn health, early childhood education, gender equality, child rights and more. You can also designate Save the Children as a beneficiary for your donor advised fund.
As you know, the poorest children and families in marginalized communities bear the brunt of the challenges we face today. Your support helps Save the Children’s work in 120 countries, including the U.S., and reaches over 100 million children each year.
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How to recommend a gift to Save the Children
- Request a grant distribution through your DAF sponsor.
- Be sure to use the Save the Children’s EIN # 06-0726487
- Indicate whether your gift is unrestricted or designated to a specific cause i.e. the program, appeal, or emergency you are supporting. You can also designate Save the Children as a beneficiary for your donor advised fund.
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Have additional questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions about Donor-Advised Funds.
What is a Donor-Advised Fund?
How does a Donor-Advised Fund work?
Are There Any Rules to Owning a Donor-Advised Fund?
What’s the Difference Between a Donor-Advised Fund and a Direct Donation?
Can a Donor-Advised Fund Be Used to Donate to a Private Foundation?
What Are the Benefits of a Donor-Advised Fund?
Is There a Tax Deduction for Donor-Advised Funds?
What is the Best Way to Contact Save the Children?
A donor-advised fund (DAF) is an investment account that is used for charitable giving. It is composed of donations made by individuals and administered by a third party. The third party is called the sponsoring organization. It offers an immediate tax relief and allows you to support your favorite charities immediately or over time.
A donor makes an irrevocable gift to a donor-advised fund and receives a tax deduction for the year the gift is made. Once the contribution is made, the sponsoring organization has legal control over the funds and the donor can make grant recommendations to the charity of their choice.
The IRS has specific guidelines around the kinds of organizations that are eligible to receive grants as well as the purposes these grants can serve. For example, grants can only be made to qualified charities and cannot be made to a person, or the donor cannot receive more than an incidental benefit, so it cannot be used for the admission price for an event of the gala.
The DAF donor receives tax documentation from the sponsoring organization of the DAF while a direct donor receives tax documentation from the charity.
Donor-Advised Funds can be used alongside private foundations.
- Simple to establish
- Flexible funding options
- Easily Accessible
- Tax advantage
- Typically requires no minimum distribution
- Anonymous granting
- Investment options
Yes, the DAF donor receives tax documentation from the sponsoring organization of the DAF.
Please reach out to Grace-Ann Campbell, Associate Director of Individual Philanthropy, at email@example.com for further advice on how to make a charitable gift to Save the Children.
Thank you for appreciating the importance of our work and the critical role that philanthropy plays in making it possible.
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