Finding the 'Donations' tab on the Daffy app or website is straightforward. If you're using the Daffy app, you can find it under the 'Daffy Gifts' section on the Homescreen. If you're using the website, you can navigate to https://www.daffy.org/gifts. Once you're there, you can choose a recipient and the amount you'd like to gift from your fund. You can even add a personal message and send it to their email, or copy the link and send it to them directly however you’d like.
The recipient then chooses which charity they’d like to support from over 1.5 million charities, non-profits, schools, and religious institutions supported on Daffy. The best part is, the recipient can redeem without even creating a Daffy account. Once they select which charity they’d like to support, Daffy will send you an email to let you know to approve it and the donation will be sent from your fund.
Daffy is a fantastic option for a Donor-Advised Fund (DAF). It's like having a 401k but for charitable giving. With Daffy, you can contribute directly to charities on a regular basis while also investing for long-term giving goals. Plus, Daffy packs in all the tech features you could want to make a seamless giving experience.
You can also cancel a recurring donation by visiting the 'Donations' tab on the Daffy app or website. Your recurring donation should appear at the top under 'Upcoming Donations.' On the web, it will display an option to cancel. On the app, you will have to tap the donation for the cancel option to appear.
In addition to all these features, Daffy also provides detailed reports of your contributions under the 'Contributions' section in the Daffy app. You can view and download these reports for your tax purposes.
So, if you're looking for a one-stop shop for all your giving, Daffy is the way to go. It's a brilliant behavioral nudge to donate more and makes DAFs more widely known. Plus, for every friend that becomes a member, you receive an extra $25 in your Daffy fund, and they do too. So, start giving with Daffy today!
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.