General Field of Interest Funds

General Field of Interest Funds

General Field of Interest Funds

A General Field of Interest Fund is a foundation with a specific focus, allowing donors a way to direct funds, managed by industry experts, towards an issue that matters to them.

A General Field of Interest Fund is a foundation with a specific focus, allowing donors a way to direct funds, managed by industry experts, towards an issue that matters to them.

A General Field of Interest Fund is a foundation with a specific focus, allowing donors a way to direct funds, managed by industry experts, towards an issue that matters to them.

Flexibility.

These funds allow donors to support a broad area of interest (such as education, the arts, or health care) without being tied to specific organizations or projects. This flexibility means the fund can respond to changing needs and emerging issues within that field over time.

Expert
Management.

General field of interest funds are managed by knowledgeable staff and industry experts. This expertise ensures that donations are used effectively and directed towards the most impactful initiatives or needs within the chosen field.

Simplified
Giving.

For donors who want to make a difference but may not have the time or resources to thoroughly research individual charities or projects, contributing to a general field of interest fund simplifies the process. They can trust that their donation is being used wisely within their area of interest.

Collaborative
Impact.

By pooling resources with other donors who share similar interests, individuals can be part of a larger, more significant impact than they might achieve alone.

Why a General Field
of Interest Fund?

Donors contribute to General Field of Interest Funds for their

flexibility, and expert management, offering a simplified and

collaborative way to make a meaningful difference in areas

they are passionate about.

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Fiscal Sponsorships

What is a General Field of Interest Fund (GFoIF)?

What is a General Field of Interest Fund (GFoIF)?

What is a General Field of Interest Fund (GFoIF)?

Who should consifer a GFoIF

Who should consifer a GFoIF

Who should consifer a GFoIF

What are the advantages?

What are the advantages?

What are the advantages?

Who makes up the advisory committee?

Who makes up the advisory committee?

Who makes up the advisory committee?

Who has control over the funds once the agreement is signed?

Who has control over the funds once the agreement is signed?

Who has control over the funds once the agreement is signed?

Is there a minimum donation requirement?

Is there a minimum donation requirement?

Is there a minimum donation requirement?

Can other individuals contribute to the fund?

Can other individuals contribute to the fund?

Can other individuals contribute to the fund?

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support@uicharitable.org

3507 N University Ave
Suite 125
Provo, UT 84604

©2020-2024 UI Ventures LLC, DBA UI Charitable Advisors. All Rights Reserved.
Portions © 2018-2024 University Impact. All rights reserved.
University Impact is recognized as a tax-exempt public charity as described in Sections
501(c)(3), 509(a)(1), and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code. EIN # 82-1504018

Fiscal Sponsorships

A Fiscal Sponsorship arrangement in which a 501(c)(3) public charity sponsors a project that may lack exempt status. This arrangement enables an organization to solicit tax-deductible donations under the sponsor's exempt status.