Donor-advised funds aren’t exactly the new, cool kids moving into the nonprofit neighborhood but their popularity is growing. The number of donor-advised funds has nearly doubled from 162,000 in 2007 to 269,180 in 2015 and doesn’t look like it’s stopping anytime soon. But how can your organization make the most of this modern way of giving?
At the Bridge to Integrated Marketing Conference in National Harbor, Md., Amy Pirozzolo, vice president of marketing at Fidelity Charitable, led a session “Demystifying National Donor Advised Funds,” detailing the facts and figures behind donor-advised funds and how nonprofits can make the most of their rising popularity:
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