Donor Advised Funds - information for individuals and families
Donor Advised Funds, or 'DAFs' have become popular with UK philanthropists in recent years as a flexible and effective alternative to establishing a charity.
Click below to read our briefing, outlining the issues individuals and families should think about before establishing a fund with a DAF. This note was prepared in conjunction with our recent comment piece on Covid-19 and DAFs, which evaluates the role of the DAF in the current global pandemic.
Donor Advised Funds - April 2020 - 251.3 KB
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