Donor-advised funds are increasingly becoming a go-to way to give, because they offer a convenient way for donors to get a tax write-off now and donate later.Rising in popularity, they’ve recently made headlines thanks to the likes of football star Troy Aikman joining the ranks of philanthropists who are leveraging this giving method for all kinds of wonderful causes. According to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Aikman contributed $1 million to establish United Way’s first-ever donor advised fund: The Troy Aikman Foundation Fund. Troy Aikman’s not the only one who’s leading the charge. People all over the world are contributing. Just how many, you ask?
This very second, over $70.7 billion in donor-advised funds are currently available in 240,000 donor accounts.These funds are just waiting for contributors to recommend recipients, and DonorPerfect wants to help your organization get donor-advised fund grants to further your mission!
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