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For Charities

We help donors support organisations like yours.

If your organisation is a charity in good standing, you are eligible to receive grants from donor-advised funds (DAFs).

Start a conversation with donors by including DAFs in your solicitation materials. This can help remind donors that they can use their DAF to give to your organisation.

Our DAFs can support your organisation by:

  • Accepting non-cash and complex assets for charity. This can reduce administrative costs on your organisation.
  • Processing recurring grants. In our online platform, DAF donors can select how much and how often to recommend grants to their favourite charities, making it easier for them and creating consistency for you.

 


 

Through our partner organisation, NPT Transatlantic, charities can also use designated funds to raise money from taxpayers in other countries.

US charities raising funds from UK taxpayers

US charities may use NPT Transatlantic designated funds to raise money tax-efficiently from UK taxpayers. If a UK taxpayer donates to a US charity’s designated fund at NPT Transatlantic, the donor receives UK tax relief and the US charity benefits from the Gift Aid uplift. Using an NPT Transatlantic designated fund is likely to cost significantly less than operating an independent UK charity.  There are no set up fees for NPT Transatlantic designated funds. For more information, click here.

UK charities raising funds from US taxpayers

UK charities may use NPT Transatlantic designated funds to raise money tax-efficiently from US taxpayers. If a US taxpayer donates to a UK charity’s designated fund at NPT Transatlantic, the donor receives a US tax deduction. Using an NPT Transatlantic designated fund is likely to cost significantly less than operating an independent US charity. There are no set-up fees for NPT Transatlantic designated funds. For more information, click here.

 

Learn about how a DAF works—and how it can work for you.