Donor Advised Funds
Harness the Giving Power of a Private Foundation
A donor advised fund, which is like a charitable savings account, gives you the flexibility to recommend how much and how often money is granted to the LBJ Foundation and other qualified charities. You can recommend a grant or recurring grants now to make an immediate impact or use your fund as a tool for future charitable gifts.
Take Action! Visit Your Fund
1. Recommend a grant
2. Impact the LBJ Foundation
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You can also create a lasting legacy by naming the LBJ Foundation the beneficiary of the entire account or a percentage of the fund. With a percentage, you can create a family legacy of giving by naming your loved ones as your successor to continue recommending grants to charitable organizations. Contact your fund administrator for a beneficiary form.
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- If you already have a fund, use our tool Take Action! Visit Your Fund to connect. No fund yet? Get our free guide.
- Contact Samantha Stone at 512-721-0263 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss using your donor advised funds to support the LBJ Foundation and our mission.
- Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
- If you include the LBJ Foundation in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.
Legal name: The Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation
Address: 2313 Red River Street, Austin, TX 78705
Federal tax ID number: 74-1774063
An Example of How It Works
Joe and Laura want to give back to their hometown by putting their money where it will do the most good. They establish a $25,000 donor advised fund with a community foundation.
The couple receives a federal income tax charitable deduction for the amount of the gift. They also get all the time they need to decide which charities to support.
After researching community needs with the foundation’s staff, Joe and Laura recommend a grant for the LBJ Foundation (which they've supported for years). The foundation presents the LBJ Foundation with a check from the Megan Fund, which Joe and Laura named in honor of their granddaughter. Joe and Laura are delighted to start this personal legacy of giving.