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ephy torenberg

"The person of the year" since we started the new millennium is "YOU" the consumer... today, there is much more power to a donor/family than before.

Through DAF, donors should be able to give to whatever charity they wish and care for, do it more strategically, get their financial adviser to manage their DAF money, see timely reports, connect with grants recipients... and much more...public charities and commercial DAF should not hold their donors/investors back... Ephy Torenberg www.donorfirst.org

Bill Kennedy

The United Church of Canada Foundation has been doing this for years. It is also helpful for bequests and the receipt of investments as donations. Smaller charities are not always capable of handling securities, so a donor can instruct that the Foundation forward part of the donation on to other charities.

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