Alliance Community Foundation (Federal EIN: 38-7161863)
ACF offers highly customized and legally permissible planned giving agreements and programs; especially, for Pooled Income Funds and Donor Advised Funds. Our technical support is innovative and timely. Notably, we assist many donors who wish to create tax-wise planned giving agreements using gifts of their tangible and intangible personal property and real estate.
Planned Giving Agreements (including Trustee Services)
- Donor Advised Funds*
- Pooled Income Funds**
- Supporting Organizations (Type 1)
- Charitable Lead Trusts
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
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Financial Company-Branded Pooled Income Fund and Donor Advised Fund Programs
ACF supports the professional advisor’s business development and business retention platforms, by offering private-labeled, ACF sponsored, Pooled Income Fund and Donor Advised Fund Programs. Qualified advisors retain the custodial and investment management services and their client’s professional relationship.
Advisors may also encourage clients to donate non-cash assets (privately-held securities, real estate, intellectual property, collections, etc.), to be owned and managed by ACF. Once the assets are sold, the proceeds can be invested with the advisor.
Gifts that are accepted by ACF
Personal Property (Tangible and Intangible Property)
(Tangible Personal Property sought by collectors, museums and auction houses.)
Sometimes real property gifts are accepted with a Contribution Indemnification Agreement, to protect ACF from existing and future ownership liabilities associated with debt, tax deficiencies, environmental liabilities, contractual restrictions and obligations.
(Note: A significant portion of the fees described below represent a charitable gift percentage for ACF to fulfill its overall charitable mission.)
Our annual fees for Trustee Services, Planned Giving Agreement Management, or Non-Cash Asset Gift Administration, are 70 basis points (.70%). ACF invoices quarterly (17.5 basis points per quarter), based on the asset values at the end of each quarter. Charitable Lead Trusts and Donor Advised Funds may alternatively make quarterly charitable gifts to ACF, that are the equivalent of the ACF fee.
ACF fees do not include investment management expenses and fees.
Expenses incurred for transferring gifts to ACF and for the ongoing ownership (holding costs, legal fees, professional services fees, etc.) whether they are for proposed gifts still being evaluated, or completed gifts, must be paid either from the income produced by the gift (or planned gift agreement), or from the proceeds of the sale of the gift, or paid for by the donor. These expenses may be tax deductible and you are encouraged to consult your tax advisor.
ACF relies primarily on the donor’s trusted, SEC qualified advisor, to manage and custody their planned giving trust or agreement investments with ACF. When IRS or SEC rules prohibit certain investments, ACF requires investment managers to comply with ACF’s Investment Policy Statement.