Types of Funds

UNRESTRICTED FUNDS

Think broadly.

The Foundation identifies needs and opportunities in the community and places donors' dollars where they are most effective through Community Grants. (learn more)

FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS

Address issues.

Your client decides the general purpose of the fund, such as education, arts, or health, and the Foundation identifies projects that are effectively accomplishing that goal through Community Grants. (learn more)

DESIGNATED FUNDS

Provide ongoing support.

These endowed funds are established by donors to support particular charitable agencies or organizations.  (learn more)

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS

Provide students' educational support.
 

Donors work with the Foundation to create guidelines for students who may qualify to receive scholarship or grant assistance.  These may be based on high school or college attended, merit, need, or field of study. (learn more)

 

ENDOWED DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS

Stay involved.
  

Our staff can work with your clients to identify charitable organizations addressing issues of importance to them.  They are then able to recommend grants to the charities they wish to support. The Foundation ensures the charitable status of beneficiaries and provides additional grantmaking and administrative support. (learn more)

 

NON-ENDOWED ADVISED FUNDS

Support annual giving.
 

Donors often establish these funds for their annual giving needs.  These non-endowed funds must maintain a minimum balance of $1,000. (learn more)

AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

Provide support to nonprofits

These endowed funds established by nonprofits enable them to support their work in perpetuity.  (learn more)

 

For more information, contact a member of the Philanthropic Services staff at (336) 725-2382.

 
 


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