We received a disbursement from the Benevity Community Impact Fund; what is it?

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

 

Here are our Donor Advised Funds that may issue disbursements to your organization:

 

  • The American Online Giving Foundation
    • Funds flow through the AOGF when USD donations are made to American causes
    • Tax Receipts are issued to the original donor
  • The Canadian Online Giving Foundation
    • Funds flow through the AOGF when CAN donations are made to Canadian causes
    • Tax Receipts are issued to the original donor
  • Australian Online Giving Foundation
    • Funds flow through the AusOGF when AUD donations are made to Australian causes
    • Tax Receipts are issued to the original donor
  • Charitable Giving/The Charity Service
    • Funds flow through Charitable Giving/The Charity Service when GBP donations are made to UK causes
    • Tax Receipts are issued to the original donor
  • NASSCOM Foundation
    • Funds flow through NASSCOM when Indian citizens in India make INR donations to Indian causes
    • Tax Receipts are issued to the original donor
  • Haus des Stiftens gGmbH
    • Funds flow through Haus des Stiftens gGmbH when German-based users make EURO donations are made to German causes
    • Tax Receipts are issued to the original donor
  • The UK Online Giving Foundation
    • Funds flow through the UKOGF when cross-border donations are made
    • Acknowledgement letters are issued to the original donor
  • The Irish Online Giving Foundation
    • Funds flow through IOGF when Ireland-based users make EURO donations to Irish causes
    • Acknowledgement letters are issued to the original donor