Setting up automatic donations to your favorite charities on Daffy is a straightforward process that offers a win-win arrangement for both the donor and the charity. It ensures a reliable and repeatable source of funding for the organization and eliminates the worry of forgetting to make a donation for the donor.
To set up a recurring donation on Daffy, simply select “Donate” from the home screen, enter your desired donation amount, and choose the tab for recurring donations. You can then select “Monthly”, “Quarterly”, or “Scheduled” for your recurring donation. The “Scheduled” option offers the flexibility to pick any start date, allowing you to align your donation with a date that holds significance for you.
One of the many benefits of using Daffy is the ease of consolidating your tax receipts. Every tax-deductible contribution you make is automatically added to your Daffy contributions report, which is updated throughout the year. This means you never have to search for a charitable donation receipt again. Daffy handles every type of tax-deductible charitable contribution: cash, stock, crypto, or existing donor-advised transfers.
At Daffy, we strive to make it easier for our members to be more generous. By making a commitment to give and automating your contributions and donations, we can work together to close the $1.27 trillion dollar generosity gap and better support the many organizations and people in need.
Join the Daffy community today and make giving a habit. With Daffy, you can recommend donations to any of the over 1.5 million US-based charities. Like any donor-advised fund, Daffy must approve all donation recommendations to ensure that your money will be used for charitable purposes. Once the organization is approved by the IRS and the donation meets the criteria in our Member Agreement, we'll send the money to your recommended charity.
Daffy is the Donor Advised Fund for You™. Get started today and make a difference.
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.