Keep giving personal, long after you’ve made your gift. Establish a fund, and make ongoing suggestions for how grants from that fund are used
to improve life in our community. The donor can suggest distribution at any time to qualifying charitable organizations.
The beneficiary (or beneficiaries) are designated at the time the fund is established.
You identify your personal interest when making your gift; our board awards grants to community organizations and programs that are making a difference in the area you select. Your gift stays flexible enough to meet community needs in your interest area—even as they change over time.
The fund is named for its founder, and the Community Foundation has discretion over its use.
The fund may name a specific type of award, a specific institution, or it may be broad in its awards.
An agency endowment or stewardship fund is an easy way for your nonprofit organization to establish an endowment, eliminate the administrative burden, and increase your ability to handle large and complex gifts. Your agency fund benefits for participation in the Community Foundation of North Central Florida’s investment pool while our experienced staff helps develop planned giving programs and assists with administrative details.