Foundation partners (disbursing entities)

Benevity’s platform and donation disbursement model makes giving easy, secure, cost-effective, and truly global—no matter how large or small the donation is. We partner with foundations around the world that use donor-advised funds to collect, process, and disburse donations. By working with these partners, we facilitate broad charity choice, deliver real-time tax receipting, and follow strict legal compliance. 

Below is a list of the foundation partners (disbursing entities) that may issue disbursements to your organization.

American Online Giving Foundation, Inc. (AOGF):

  • Funds flow through the AOGF when USD donations are made to American causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Aotearoa New Zealand Online Giving Foundation (ANZOGF):

  • Funds flow through the ANZOGF when NZD donations are made to Aotearoa New Zealand causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Canadian Online Giving Foundation (COGF):

  • Funds flow through the COGF when CAN donations are made to Canadian causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Charitable Giving (CG):

  • Funds flow through Charitable Giving when GBP donations are made to UK causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Fonds de Participation Solidaire (FPS):

  • Funds flow through FPS when France-based users make EUR donations to French causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Haus des Stiftens für Unternehmen und Non-Profits gGmbH (HdS):

  • Funds flow through HdS when German-based users make EUR donations are made to German causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Italy Online Giving Foundation (Italy OGF):

  • This is a fund of the UK Online Giving Foundation.
  • Funds flow through Italy OGF when Italy-based users make EUR donations to Italian causes.
  • Acknowledgement letters are issued to the original donor.

Online Giving Foundation (OGF India):

  • Funds flow through OGF (India) when Indian citizens in India make INR donations to Indian causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

Singapore Fund of the UK Online Giving Foundation:

  • This is a fund of the UK Online Giving Foundation.
  • Funds flow through the Singapore Fund when Singapore-based users make SGD donations to Singapore causes.
  • Acknowledgement letters are issued to the original donor.

The Irish Online Giving Foundation (IOGF):

  • Funds flow through IOGF when Ireland-based users make EURO donations to Irish causes.
  • Acknowledgement letters are issued to the original donor.

The Trustee for the Australian Online Giving Foundation (AusOGF):

  • Funds flow through the AusOGF when AUD donations are made to Australian causes.
  • Tax receipts are issued to the original donor.

The UK Online Giving Foundation (UKOGF):

  • Funds flow through the UKOGF when cross-border donations are made or when the recipient cause is a non-profit organization that is not a registered charity.
  • Acknowledgement letters are issued to the original donor.