adDaffy, the Donor-Advised Fund for You™

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makes giving a habit

Put money
aside

Choose how much you want to give every year, and put a little money aside every week or month.

Watch your money grow tax-free

Daffy contributions are invested tax-free for more impact. Choose modern portfolios invested in stocks, bonds, and crypto.

Support a charity in seconds

Donate money to over 1.5 million charities in the U.S, right from your phone. Plus, you'll never lose a donation receipt again.

All your contributions are tax-deductible

Your contributions to Daffy are charitable donations. Daffy Charitable Fund is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in the U.S., EIN: 86‑3177440.

(Please consult with a tax professional to assess your specific situation).

Give with friends

Learn what charities your friends and family support. Raise awareness and money for causes you care about.

A better way to give

Why open a donor-advised fund?

A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a tax-deductible financial account for the purpose of charitable giving. When you contribute cash, stocks, or crypto to a DAF, like your fund in Daffy, you'll be able to take an immediate tax deduction for those contributions. Those contributions are invested in a portfolio of your choice and then at any time, you can donate to over 1.5 million charities.

  • Save, Invest, and Give

    Put money aside any time, and watch it grow in an investment portfolio of your choice. When you want to give, you know how much you can afford, and all of your donation history is available in one convenient place.

  • Save Money on Taxes

    Every contribution to your donor-advised fund is considered a tax-deductible charitable donation in the year that you make it. Put money aside when your income and tax rates are higher, and donate whenever you want. In some cases, you deduct as much as 60% of your adjusted gross income in a given year.

  • Save More with Stock & Crypto Donations

    When you sell assets like stock or crypto, you will owe federal, state, and local taxes on the capital gain. However, when you contribute stock or crypto to a donor-advised fund, you get full credit for the value of the asset when you donate it. You never have to pay taxes on the capital gain.