Vehicles for Giving

There are a myriad of different charitable giving vehicles to choose from. The comparative giving chart gives you a quick overview of the various options and the differences between them. The determining factors are:

  • Charitable goals
  • Financial capacity
  • Desired level of control or involvement
  • Degree of desired anonymity
  • Time parameters for your charitable giving
  • Whether your family or heirs will be involved
  • Tax implications

Talking to trusted philanthropic, wealth and legal advisors can help you to decide which vehicle(s) are right for you.

Comparative Giving Chart

 

Choosing the right charitable giving vehicle(s) involves weighing your charitable goals and financial capacity. The options listed in the table below can either be used alone or in combination with each other depending on your desired level of control and involvement, desired degree of anonymity, and the amount of assets that are available for charitable purposes. You will also want to consider:

  • The balance of distribution to heirs and to charity.
  • The time parameters of your giving:
    • During your lifetime.
    • After death (in perpetuity or with a sunset clause).
  • Various tax advantages.
  • If and how you want to involve family members in your philanthropy.

Talking to trusted philanthropic, wealth and legal advisors can help you to decide which vehicle(s) are right for you.

For a start, view our Comparative Giving Chart.

- See more at: http://giveconfidently.com/informed-philanthropy/the-philanthropic-toolbox/vehicles-for-giving#sthash.Js4d5DVT.dpuf

Choosing the right charitable giving vehicle(s) involves weighing your charitable goals and financial capacity. The options listed in the table below can either be used alone or in combination with each other depending on your desired level of control and involvement, desired degree of anonymity, and the amount of assets that are available for charitable purposes. You will also want to consider:

  • The balance of distribution to heirs and to charity.
  • The time parameters of your giving:
    • During your lifetime.
    • After death (in perpetuity or with a sunset clause).
  • Various tax advantages.
  • If and how you want to involve family members in your philanthropy.

Talking to trusted philanthropic, wealth and legal advisors can help you to decide which vehicle(s) are right for you.

For a start, view our Comparative Giving Chart.

- See more at: http://giveconfidently.com/informed-philanthropy/the-philanthropic-toolbox/vehicles-for-giving#sthash.Js4d5DVT.dpuf

Choosing the right charitable giving vehicle(s) involves weighing your charitable goals and financial capacity. The options listed in the table below can either be used alone or in combination with each other depending on your desired level of control and involvement, desired degree of anonymity, and the amount of assets that are available for charitable purposes. You will also want to consider:

  • The balance of distribution to heirs and to charity.
  • The time parameters of your giving:
    • During your lifetime.
    • After death (in perpetuity or with a sunset clause).
  • Various tax advantages.
  • If and how you want to involve family members in your philanthropy.

Talking to trusted philanthropic, wealth and legal advisors can help you to decide which vehicle(s) are right for you.

For a start, view our Comparative Giving Chart.

- See more at: http://giveconfidently.com/informed-philanthropy/the-philanthropic-toolbox/vehicles-for-giving#sthash.Js4d5DVT.dpuf

Choosing the right charitable giving vehicle(s) involves weighing your charitable goals and financial capacity. The options listed in the table below can either be used alone or in combination with each other depending on your desired level of control and involvement, desired degree of anonymity, and the amount of assets that are available for charitable purposes. You will also want to consider:

  • The balance of distribution to heirs and to charity.
  • The time parameters of your giving:
    • During your lifetime.
    • After death (in perpetuity or with a sunset clause).
  • Various tax advantages.
  • If and how you want to involve family members in your philanthropy.

Talking to trusted philanthropic, wealth and legal advisors can help you to decide which vehicle(s) are right for you.

For a start, view our Comparative Giving Chart.

- See more at: http://giveconfidently.com/informed-philanthropy/the-philanthropic-toolbox/vehicles-for-giving#sthash.Js4d5DVT.dpuf