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Impact Investing Through A Donor-Advised Fund

By David A. Levitt, Adler & ColvinImpact Investing, Library

The Donor-Advised Fund (DAF) is a rapidly growing vehicle for charitable giving in the United States. What is a DAF and how can impact investors use it to invest in social challenges. This report by David Levitt, principal of Adler & Colvin law firm in San Francisco, discusses impact investing through DAFs, including tax information, rules, Program-Related Investments, and more.

The Donor-Advised Fund (DAF) is a rapidly growing vehicle for charitable giving in the United States. The National Philanthropic Trust estimates that assets held in DAF accounts in 2012 exceeded $45 billion, growing by $7.21 billion that year alone. The NPT report also found that the average DAF account size in 2012 was $224,921, an increase of 11.2% over the year before. This report by David Levitt, principal of Adler & Colvin law firm in San Francisco, discusses impact investing through DAFs, including tax information, rules, Program-Related Investments, and more. Read the entire report by clicking the link below.

Impact Investing Through A Donor-Advised Fund