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May 19, 2013

Donor-Advised Funds Keep Up Rapid Growth

The funds are now worth more than a third more than they were before the recession started


Three generations of the Stein family are among those who give through the Jewish Communal Fund.

Donor-advised funds continue to surge past nonprofits and foundations in accumulating charitable assets: They are now worth almost one third more than they were before the recession started in 2007, says a new Chronicle survey of 134 funds.

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