What Is A Donor-Advised Fund?
It is a tax-advantageous and straightforward way to give to 10.18 Strategy. When you contribute cash, securities, or other assets to a donor-advised fund, you are generally eligible to take an immediate tax deduction.
Donor-advised funds are run by a third party and created to manage the donations of an individual, a family, or an organization. Contributions to any charity like 10.18 through a donor-advised fund are irrevocable.
Invest your donation, so it has the opportunity to grow and provide an even more significant contribution to 10.18 Strategy.
Support 10.18 Strategy Through Your Donor-Advised Fund
10.18 empowers parents, grandparents, relatives, caregivers, educators, friends, and neighbors to be skilled at protecting and advocating for the children around them. Our one-of-kind model mobilizes preventative and responsive action to children who are at-risk, exploited, abused, neglected, abandoned, or forgotten. We do this through comprehensive programs that empower “We the People” through Awareness, Advocacy, & Action!
The name 10.18 Strategy originated from Psalm 10:18 – “The orphans and the oppressed will be terrified no longer, for you will bring them justice, and no one will trouble them.”
2 Ways To Give Through A Donor-Advised Fund
- Contact your financial institution regarding donating to the 10.18 Strategy.
- As you work with your fund manager, please provide them with the gift amount you wish to contribute to the 10.18 Strategy.
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Lees Summit, MO 64063
Already have a Donor Advised Fund?
Find your financial institution or foundation listed below and log in to your account to give to Samaritan’s Purse online. Use the Samaritan’s Purse tax ID information and address listed on this page.
Raymond James Charitable
National Philanthropic Trust
National Christian Foundation
Renaissance Charitable Foundation
Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund
American Endowment Foundation
U.S. Charitable Gift Trust