A permanent fund that does not designate a particular charity or area of interest for grantmaking.
The donor relies on the Yakima Valley Community Foundation’s board of directors to distribute money from the fund to areas where the needs are greatest.
A permanent fund that names a specific area of interest, such as education or the arts, as the recipient of grants from the fund.
The donor relies on the Yakima Valley Community Foundation to distribute money from the fund to institutions within that area of interest.
A permanent fund that names a specific charitable institution as its beneficiary.
The donor has indicated the beneficiary in the fund agreement.
A fund offering the ability for donors to make suggestions on which charitable causes are supported from the fund each year.
Donors are permitted to make grant recommendations. This right may also be extended to children of the donor.
A fund providing stable, predictable sources of income and future financial security for qualifying organizations.
The organization specifies representatives who are permitted to request distributions from the fund in accordance with the provisions of the fund agreement.
A fund to provide support for young persons or those who wish to continue education.
The Yakima Valley Community Foundation works with a Scholarship Committee established by the Donor to distribute funds.
An alternative to a private foundation that has its own board of trustees and grantmaking identities, but enjoys public charity status.
The board of directors of the supporting organization makes its own grantmaking decisions.
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