Advisors, attorneys and accountants are increasingly recommending donor-advised funds to clients interested in charitable planning.
Each year many more donor-advised funds are being created than are private foundations. Among the ten largest DAFs, four are national (Fidelity, Schwab, Vanguard, National Philanthropic Trust, four are local community foundations (Silicon Valley, New York, Kansas City, and Chicago), and two are religious (National Christian Foundation and Jewish Communal Fund).
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