Search results for ‘donor-advised fund’


  • Non-profit

    Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust

    Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust (MS GIFT) is a tax-exempt provider of donor-advised funds (DAF) operated by Morgan Stanley, a multinational wealth management, investment, and research firm headquartered in New York City. [1] [2] MS GIFT allows individuals to make contributions to charities of
  • Non-profit

    Gender Spectrum Charitable Fund

    The Gender Spectrum Charitable Fund, commonly shortened to Gender Spectrum, is an organization that promotes transgender ideology among youth. It provides resources, conferences, and “social groups” for families of children experiencing gender dysphoria. [18] It emphasizes teaching transgender awareness and issues to adult professionals who interact with children,
  • Non-profit

    PayPal Charitable Giving Fund

    The PayPal Charitable Giving Fund is the charitable arm of PayPal and serves as a platform for donors to contribute to their favorite charities without incurring any fees themselves or for the charities to which they donate. The PayPal Charitable Giving Fund was at the center of a class action
  • Non-profit

    Jewish Communal Fund

    The Jewish Communal Fund is a community foundation and administrator of donor-advised funds that promotes and facilitates charitable giving within the Jewish community in the greater New York City area. The organization was founded in 1972 and since has grown to serve donor-advised fund holders across the United States and
  • Non-profit

    The Searle Funds

    The Searle Funds are a donor-advised fund administered by the Chicago Community Trust that was created in 1980 from the estate of John D. Searle, whose grandfather founded the G.D. Searle pharmaceutical company. The Funds’ primary activity is supporting the Searle Scholars, which gives three-year grants to assistant professors
  • Non-profit

    LatinXCEL Fund

    LatinXCEL Fund is a fund focused on increasing aid targeted specifically at the Latino community in Silicon Valley, California. LatinXCEL Fund is a three-year initiative housed within Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF) and created with help from the Castellano Family Foundation (CFF). The Fund launched in May of 2021,
  • Non-profit

    First Peoples Fund

    The First Peoples Fund is a left-of-center grantmaking organization that supports Native American artists and related organizations. The First Peoples Fund was founded in 1995 in Rapid City, South Dakota as a donor-advised fund operated by the Tides Foundation. [126] The First Peoples Fund became an independent
  • Non-profit

    CS Fund

    Founded in 1981 by Maryanne Mott and Herman Warsh, the CS Fund is a private family foundation which conducts grantmaking activates as it relates to three designated program areas: emerging technologies, food sovereignty, and rghts and governance. [138] Despite an official designation which establishes each as a legally
  • Non-profit

    American Muslim Fund (AMF)

    The American Muslim Fund is an advocacy group focused on coordinating grants and other financial support for Muslim organizations in the United States. [155] The American Muslim Fund describes itself as the first national community foundation in the United States focused on creating donor advised funds and distributing
  • Non-profit

    North Star Fund

    The North Star Fund is a grantmaking foundation that supports left-leaning organizations in New York City and the Hudson Valley of New York. Since its founding in 1978, it has made more than $60 million in grants to more than 2,000 organizations and claims, “If you see a group of
  • Non-profit

    The Funding Exchange

    The Funding Exchange was a left-of-center grant making membership organization that funded community activist-led organizations. The national organization also administered donor-advised funds and had its own grant making program, which eventually led to concerns about the national organization competing with its own local member foundations and contributed to the decision
  • Non-profit

    DesJardins/Blachman Fund

    The desJardins/Blachman Fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation is a donor-advised fund run by early Google employee, American investor, mathematician, software engineer, and philanthropist David desJardins and his wife, mathematician and computer scientist Nancy Blachman. The fund makes donations to left-wing organizations and other non-profit groups. The
  • Non-profit

    Social Good Fund

    The Social Good Fund is a left-of-center nonprofit organization and donor-advised fund provider that fiscal sponsors numerous activist organizations, including Climate Disobedience Center and the far-left agitation group Showing Up for Racial Justice. The organization’s founder and CEO is activist Michael Pace. [241] Background The Social Good
  • Political Party/527

    Defending Democracy Together Action Fund

    Defending Democracy Together Action Fund is a Republican 527 super PAC created in Washington, D.C. in January 2018. Its leadership consists of Weekly Standard editor-at-large William “Bill” Kristol, Ethics and Public Policy Center senior fellow Mona Charen, and other conservatives.[251] The group has taken positions in opposition to
  • Non-profit

    Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

    Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund is a donor-advised fund provider associated with the Goldman Sachs. A donor-advised fund, it distributes charitable donations at the direct request of donors. It was founded in 2001 and is the third-largest fund of its kind. Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund reported “approximately 8,000 grants totaling
  • Non-profit

    Kendeda Fund

    The Kendeda Fund is the private philanthropic foundation created by Diana Blank in 1993. Blank, the ex-wife of Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank, was not known to be the Fund’s principal donor until 2015. [271] Blank created the Fund’s name by combining the names of her three
  • Non-profit

    Moriah Fund

    The Moriah Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization that has contributed over $58 million dollars to left-of-center organizations in the since 2012.[308] It has worked with major left-of-center groups to fund the left-wing agenda and is open with its desire to support organizations that have a direct impact on
  • Non-profit

    Schwab Charitable Fund

    Schwab Charitable is a provider of donor-advised funds (DAF), charitable funds through which donors can direct contributions. It is operated by Charles Schwab and Co. The organization is one of many donor-advised fund providers in the United States operated by large financial institutions. The organization is the sixth-largest charitable organization
  • Non-profit

    Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

    The Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, formerly known as the Matan B’Seter Foundation, was created in 2001 as part of an elaborate and secretive network of grantmaking organizations funded by three hedge fund billionaires: Andrew Shechtel, David Gelbaum and C. Frederick Taylor. [349][350] Philanthropy News Digest described their
  • Non-profit

    Open Philanthropy Action Fund

    The Open Philanthropy Action Fund (OPAF) is the political arm of the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP), a grantmaking foundation that gives to numerous left-of-center organizations concerned with criminal justice policy. The OPP began as a project of GiveWell, a group which seeks to improve philanthropy, and Good