Inviting family members to join your Daffy fund is a simple and straightforward process. Daffy, a leading Donor Advised Fund (DAF), has made it easy for you to include your family in your philanthropic endeavors.
To add family members to your Daffy fund, you need to go to the Settings (represented by a gear icon) on the Daffy app and then tap on Family. If you're using a web browser, you can go to daffy.org/settings/family. Once there, select the Family membership option.
As an organizer, you can invite family members to join your family fund by sending them an email invitation. This feature allows you to include your children, grandchildren, siblings, nieces and nephews, and anyone else you consider family to your fund.
Daffy is designed with families in mind, supporting up to 24 members under one fund. Anyone aged 13 and over can be a member. Each family member will get their own secure Daffy account, allowing them to follow the charities that are most meaningful to them, request donations for approval, and receive notifications whenever anyone in your family makes a new donation.
If you and your partner already have separate Daffy accounts, you can message Daffy's support team, and they’ll help you consolidate your family onto one fund.
Daffy for Families is a great way to inspire your whole family to give. It's not just about making donations, but also about creating a culture of giving within your family. With Daffy, giving truly starts at home.
For more information on the roles and actions available in a family fund, you can visit this link: https://intercom.help/daffy/en/articles/6604373-what-information-can-members-of-my-family-fund-see-and-what-actions-can-they-take.
Start your family's giving journey today with Daffy, the Donor Advised Fund for You™.
Please note that the information contained on this page is for educational purposes only and should not be considered tax advice. Any calculations are intended to be illustrative and do not reflect all of the potential complexities of individual tax returns. To assess your specific tax situation, please consult with a tax professional.