Donor Advised Funds

What is a donor advised fund?

A donor advised fund, or DAF, is an account established at a public charity that allows donors to make charitable contributions, receive an immediate tax benefit and recommend grants from the fund over time.

Put simply, a DAF can be thought of as a charitable savings account: a donor can contribute to the fund as frequently as they like and then recommend grants to their favorite charities when they are ready.

How do I support Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland using my DAF?

Recommending a gift to Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland is simple using DAF Direct. To begin, follow these quick steps:

  1. Click here to visit BGCC’s DAF Direct page.
  2. Select your sponsoring organization (i.e. Fidelity, Schwab) from the drop-down menu.
  3. Enter your gift amount.

If you have questions about giving through a donor advised fund, please contact Robert Koonce at (216) 883-2106 ext. 223 or .