NPT can facilitate a Type 1 Supporting Organization, which offers the same tax advantage as a donor-advised fund. Supporting Organizations are a popular choice for philanthropists who desire more control over grantmaking and investments than a donor-advised fund, but less expense and administrative burden than a private foundation.
Many supporting organizations are created with a specific issue-area in mind. To support those goals, NPT's expert staff can execute specialized grants, including research grants with benchmarks for funding, endowed chairs at universities and other institutions, or naming rights to a building.
For a look at what NPT can help donors achieve, you can visit two of the Supporting Organizations that we administer:
If you would like more information about establishing a Type 1 supporting organization with NPT, please send us an email or call us toll free at (888) 878-7900.
If you have detailed questions about the NPT Donor-Advised Fund, you can download a copy of our current Donor Guide, visit our Frequently Asked Questions section or contact a member of our Development team toll free at (888) 878-7900.
How do donor-advised funds compare with other giving vehicles?
In the link below, we compare several apects of a donor-advised fund with those of a private foundation.
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In the last five years, donor-advised fund accounts have grown at a faster rate than any other charitable giving vehicle in philanthropy.