Advance our mission with a grant recommendation from your donor-advised fund (DAF).
To get started, visit the website of your financial institution by following the links below.
If you don’t see your financial institution listed, reach out to your financial advisor or contact us.
You’ll need to provide your sponsoring organization with the following information:
“Many of the doctors at institutions in the Texas Medical Center are Baylor physicians, so when I give I feel good knowing my gift is amplified throughout the community.”
A donor-advised fund is an investment account used for charitable giving. It offers an immediate tax benefit to you and allows you the flexibility to grant funds to charities of your choice immediately or over time.
You make an irrevocable gift to a fund maintained by a charitable organization and enjoy an income tax charitable deduction for the full amount of the gift. As the name implies, the donor can advise the fund regarding distribution; however, donors may not place material restrictions on the fund.
Yes, the DAF donor receives tax documentation from the sponsoring organization of the donor-advised fund.