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Donor-Advised Funds

Easily recommend grants to The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry for tax-efficient giving.

Make a DAF grant request

About Donor-Advised Funds

A Donor-Advised Fund (DAF) allows individuals to make charitable contributions and receive an immediate tax deduction. The funds are managed by a DAF custodian, and the donor can recommend grants to their preferred nonprofit organizations.

Donors can contribute to the fund over time and recommend grants to charities at their discretion, providing flexibility in their giving strategy.


  • Retain the flexibility to make grant recommendations over time.
  • Receive an immediate tax deduction when contributing to your fund.
  • Make an immediate impact on our mission.

How it works

  1. Using this form, provide your contact information and donation details. This helps ensure your donation is used as intended.
  2. Following the instructions provided, connect to your Donor-Advised Fund account and submit your request.
  3. Your Donor-Advised Fund provider will receive the grant request and send you a confirmation email.
  4. Once approved, your DAF provider distributes the funds to our organization on your behalf.

Contact us for more information

Contribute through your DAF by submitting a grant request

This tool will help you easily request a grant from your donor-advised fund, and share your information with us to make sure your gift is put to best use!

Make a DAF grant request

We’re here to help you meet your goals!

Our team would be happy to speak with you in confidence about your giving goals, with no obligation.

Name: Tom Geoghan

Title :V.P. for Ministry Advancement

Phone: 856-853-5590


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