Donor-Advised Funds

Donating directly from your DonorAdvised Fund (DAF) is a cost-effective and convenient way to support our food bank, and it’s a great way to invest in our community. It gives you the flexibility to recommend how much and how often money is granted to Community Food Share; it also provides tax advantages. 

How Do Donor-Advised Funds Work?

A DAF is a giving account established at a public charity like a community foundation, Fidelity, or Schwab. When you give through your DAF, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) treats your gift as a charitable contribution. You have the flexibility of contributing to the fund as frequently as you like and advising the DAF when and to which charitable organizations you would like to support. 

A group of people stand around a large donation check of $15,000 dedicated to Community Food Share from Louisville Turkey Trot LLC.

Make a Gift from Your Donor-Advised Fund

Click the button below, enter your DAF institution in the search bar, then click “GO” 

  • You’ll be redirected to your DAF’s website 
  • Log in with your credentials 
  • Enter the amount you’d like to contribute 
  • Click Next to complete your gift

If you don’t see your DAF institution listed, contact your DAF Manager, and ask them to direct a DAF gift to Community Food Share. 

When granting through your DAF, please use the following information: 

Community Food Share, Tax ID 74-2227731
Mailing Address: 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027 

If you have questions about the benefits of a Donor-Advised Fund, please consult your attorney, CPA, or financial advisor. 

If you would like to speak to someone directly about your donation to Community Food Share, please contact:

Steffanie Frye, Donor Services & Database Manager
(303) 652-3663 ext. 213