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It’s About Time for a Donor-Advised Fund

3 Timely Reasons to Consider a DAF

Donor-advised funds have exploded in popularity over the past few years. As a result, more and more supporters are giving to ministries through these types of accounts.

Why? Well, for many people, it’s all about time.

Like a “charitable giving account,” a donor-advised fund allows you to give cash or non-cash assets (such as stock, real estate business interests, or commodities) into a single fund. Then, at a time that works best for you, you can recommend grants be made from that fund to Love Worth Finding and the other ministries close to your hearts.

Giving through a donor-advised fund presents three timely benefits.

  1. Receive an immediate tax deduction at the time of your gift. This is particularly beneficial when you’re trying to beat the clock for end-of-the-year giving. So long as you deposit your gift into your donor-advised account by December 31, you can claim credit on this year’s taxes. You can decide later how best to distribute the funds.
  2. Address real-time ministry needs. The administrator for your donor-advised fund will manage and liquidate your stock, real estate, and other non-cash assets. Then, whenever you feel compelled to give, you can promptly direct those funds to ministry.
  3. Save time when giving to multiple ministries. Because you have a generous heart, we know you probably support other causes besides Love Worth Finding. Streamline your giving and record-keeping by gifting all cash, stock, or other appreciated assets into a single charitable account.

Is it time for you to consider a donor-advised fund?

Through Love Worth Finding’s partnership with Barnabas Foundation, you have access to the Steward’s Fund, a donor-advised fund that supports your Christian values. To learn more, call Bob Dawkins, CTFA, or Sam Cox at 800-274-5683 or reach them by email at [email protected].