A Donor-Advised Fund is a convenient way to support multiple charities with one fund.
Designated funds are invested and grants are made to specific charities of your choice.
A Field of Interest Fund allows you to focus your gifts in an area of need that is important to you, such as children, animal welfare, or the environment.
A private or family foundation may help you be more forward-thinking and strategic in your giving.
The Estate Plan Organizer helps you keep track of important documents, financial accounts, contacts and other information that your lawyer, executor or family will need as part of your estate administration.
YouthBridge uses a nonprofit organization called Greater Horizons for back office administration and access to institutional quality, low cost pooled investment funds (and we pass those savings on to you!). Greater Horizons provides administrative services on more than three billion dollars in charitable assets for … More →
Much like retail giving cards, charitable giving cards are given to celebrate holidays, birthdays or other special occasions. Charitable Giving Cards can be redeemed to benefit any 501(c)(3) public charity in the United States – including schools, churches and synagogues.
Donor-Advised Fund Guidelines DAF Agreement, Corporate DAF Agreement, Individual Investment Recommendation Form How to contribute to your fund About Donor-Advised Funds
YouthBridge Community Foundation offers several easy giving options. You can donate online using your credit card, mail a check, or even transfer stocks, bonds and other publicly-traded securities.
The Community Foundation’s investment program offers the flexibility to customize your Fund’s investments to meet your charitable goals, whether they are immediate or long term.
Chart to compare DAFs and private foundations