PhilanthroInvestors Multi Donor Fund

Unveils Innovative Approach to Global Impact

In a recent webinar, the spotlight shone on the PhilanthroInvestors Multi Donor Fund. Mr. Skye Logan revealed a visionary initiative set to reshape the landscape of philanthropy and investment.

The driving force behind this transformation is none other than Tim Scott, a respected advisor with an impressive track record of raising close to $3 billion for nonprofits and multi donor funds.

In this webinar, you will explore the concept of a multi-donor fund, touching on donor-advised funds and tax benefits. The discussion highlights the PhilanthroInvestors network's mission, aiming to create a billion-dollar global movement within the next three to five years.

The fund addresses "Life Essentials". In other words, it addresses critical issues like air and water quality, health, energy, and more. . Leveraging the vast resources in the global stock market and unspent grant funds, the initiative seeks to make a significant impact.

The PhilanthroInvestors Multi Donor Fund operates as a perpetual financing engine, ensuring returns contribute to the fund's continuous growth. The process involves strategic grants to various enterprises, generating returns that circulate back into the fund. The aim is to build a $100 million fund, sourcing investments and grants within the first 12 months.

The webinar introduces donor participation levels, emphasizing community engagement and recognizing contributors with various benefits. The initiative aims to empower investors to leave a legacy for future generations and create meaningful impact globally.

The webinar concludes with an invitation for questions, highlighting the innovative approach of the PhilanthroInvestors Multi Donor Fund in reshaping philanthropy and investment for lasting global change.1 Column

Watch the full presentation below:

Q: What determines the tax deduction on a donation to the MDF?

A: The tax deduction is determined by the CPA and the IRS; it is a standard 501(c)(3) charitable deduction.

Q: Can the donor specify where their donation goes, and does it generate returns?

A: Yes, the donor can direct where the funds go, and returns depend on the enterprise it supports. Housing projects, for example, may generate steady returns.

Q: Is it a tax credit or deduction, and how does it work?

A: It's a tax deduction, similar to other charitable gifts. Donors can deduct 100% against their adjusted gross income. Consultation with a tax advisor is recommended.

Q: Can returns from the fund be reinvested, and does it renew the tax deduction?

A: Returns reinvested don't renew the deduction. Exiting the multi-donor fund doesn't trigger a taxable event.

Q: Can entities invested in by the fund be partnerships with donors?

A: No, the fund avoids private benefit transactions, and donors cannot receive grants from the fund.

Q: How are entities for investment determined, and are there restrictions?

A: Entities are thoroughly vetted for mission alignment, strategy, and impact. Compliance checks are rigorous. There are no explicit restrictions, but compliance and alignment are crucial.

Q: How are entities for investment determined, and are there restrictions?

A: Entities are thoroughly vetted for mission alignment, strategy, and impact. Compliance checks are rigorous. There are no explicit restrictions, but compliance and alignment are crucial.

Q: Can a donor get a grant from the fund?

A: No, this would be a private benefit, and such transactions are not allowed.

Q: How is the relationship to money reflected in philanthropy?

A: The goal is to use money creatively to solve global issues, with potential for creative approaches like financing films and engaging in watchdog projects.

Q: Is the organization SEC, FINRA, or OFAC regulated?

A: The organization is not regulated, as it operates as a public charity. The subsidiary SEC-registered investment advisor is used for specific purposes.

Q: What personal values influence the approach to giving?

A: The focus is on using money to address global issues creatively, with an interest in providing opportunities for donors to engage in meaningful philanthropy.

Q: How does the fund offer transparency and control over donations?

A: Unlike traditional donations, donors have more control and visibility into where their funds are directed, providing a level of transparency not typically associated with charitable giving.

Q: Can the fund be used for creative projects or documentaries?

A: Yes, the fund has supported various creative projects, including films, that align with donors' interests and causes.

Q: How can one get involved or have more conversations about the fund?

A: Interested individuals are encouraged to schedule conversations with the CEO through philanthropist.com/contact-the-ceo

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