As the Donor, you may give cash, appreciated stocks, real estate, or other assets to establish your Fund. Most charitable gifts qualify for the maximum tax advantage under federal law. To view information explaining the purpose and content of an SCF Fund Agreement, click here.
Information about our spending policy, the method by which funds are pooled, reporting procedures and requirements, donor services, community development fees, waiting periods, minimum establishing gifts, and eligible grantees can be found at the document links in the column to the right.
As a potential Donor/Fundholder, there are two basic decisions required of you before we can establish a component Fund for you at Solano Community Foundation. We will set up the Fund in your name, in the name of your family or business, in the name of your nonprofit organization, or in honor of any person or other organization you choose. To view information regarding fund class, fund type, and minimum fees, click here.
Your first decision is to determine the length of time you desire to have a Fund at the Foundation. All Funds established with SCF are classified as either Endowed (permanent) or Non-Endowed (unrestricted) assets held.