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From Grantmaking to Problem Solving: The Power of Charitable LLCs

Donors are starting to use new and existing corporate structures to bring about social change.

Charitable giving has traditionally been associated with gifts to tax-exempt, non-profit organizations.1 However, the world of charitable action has expanded in recent years. In fact, nearly half the participants in a recent Lilly Family School of Philanthropy survey considered contributions to non-exempt crowdfunding as a form of charitable giving.2 Additionally, 16.3% of respondents grouped gifts to political organizations under this category, while roughly one in 10

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