The charitable giving landscape has broadened, with more options than ever to help your clients carry out their philanthropic goals.
The following guide was created to help your clients understand the benefits of donor-advised funds and private foundations—two of the most popular giving vehicles. With differing structures, rules, privacy and flexibility, the two vehicles each come with a unique set of advantages and limitations.
- Private foundations compared to donor-advised funds
- Complementing a private foundation with a donor-advised fund
- Collapsing a private foundation into a donor-advised fund
- Asking the right questions to determine the best strategy
About Fidelity Charitable®
Fidelity Charitable® is an independent public charity that has helped donors support more than 250,000 nonprofit organizations with more than $28 billion in grants since its inception in 1991. As the largest donor-advised sponsor with more than 25 years of experience, we have the charitable planning expertise to help you provide value-added advice to your clients and grow your business.
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