**This is the fourth annual Great Debate presented by SeaChange Capital Partners and Baruch College’s Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management.**
Opaque. Inappropriately tax-advantaged. Slow to disburse funds.
Efficient. Effective. A vehicle for increased giving.
These are some of the views currently attributed to Donor Advised Funds (DAFs). Some see the flexibility afforded by DAFs to be a boon to philanthropy. Others see a need for more regulatory oversight.
Please join us for a debate between two leading thinkers in this area as they lead us in considering the question: Should DAFs be reined in?
- Tax issues associated with DAFs
- Evidence for and against the impact of DAFs on giving
- Nonprofit perspectives on the issues
- Lessons from the current crisis regarding DAFs
- Daniel Hemel, Assistant Professor of Law, Ronald H. Coase Research Scholar, The University of Chicago Law School
- Ray Madoff, Professor, Boston College Law School
- Jennifer Ching (Moderator), Executive Director, North Star Fund
All interested funders, regardless of role within your foundation. What to expect: presentation followed by Q&A.
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Debate and Q&A
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