Committed to Give is proud to be a partner in a new and groundbreaking move in the philanthropic arena in Israel: the establishment of KESHET – the first donors advised fund (DAF) in Israel. KESHET is a philanthropic fund for managed donations, which brought DAF to Israel, a major philanthropic tool with tax benefits that encourages donations.
KESHET is a joint venture of JFN Israel, the Institute of Law and Philanthropy at Tel Aviv University, Committed to Give and IBI Investment House.
KESHET provides a simple and effective gateway to the world of giving and philanthropy, tailoring the level of involvement to donors’ personal preferences.
We apply our extensive professional experience with governmental and other authorities and the third sector to take advantage of the new DAF tax regulation and grow the donor community, enlarge the scale of donations, and manage an optimal vehicle for professional Israeli philanthropy.
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