Triskeles Foundation

707 Eagleview Blvd.

Suite #105

Exton, PA 19341

(610) - 321 - 9876

Office@Triskeles.org

The Triskeles Foundation is an independent, public 501(c)(3) charity that helps individuals, families, and organizations effectively reach their philanthropic goals in a simple manner.

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A copy of the official registration and financial information of Triskeles Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999.  Registration does not imply endorsement.

Triskeles Foundation does not provide legal, tax or investment advice  All information is intended to be educational in nature. Tax benefits and consequences differ from person to person, and vary depending on the federal or state laws applicable to each person.

IMPACT

Since our inception, Triskeles has distributed millions of dollars to hundreds of nonprofits nationally and internationally. Our approach encourages our donors to develop their perspectives, engagement, grant-making and investing to match their values and community needs.

Approximate average size of individual Donor Advised Funds across the US.*

+ 20 %

Aggregate annual grant payout rates from Donor Advised Funds.*

$300,000

The United Nations has developed the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which provides a global blueprint for dignity, peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and in the future. These goals address and provide actionable plans for many of the world's most pressing issues. Whether your values align with any or multiple of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we can help reflect your values with both your charitable giving and within the underlying investments in your Donor Advised Fund.

 

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*https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org

Since its inception, Triskeles Foundation has distributed millions of dollars to hundreds of nonprofits nationally and internationally. Our approach encourages our donors to develop their perspectives, engagement, grant-making and investing to match their values and community needs.

Grant Focus Areas

Triskeles Foundation encourages intentionality and engagement in individuals, for their communities and for global issues that serve the public good.

Environmental Priorities

Social & Economic Justice/ Human Needs

Educational &

Cultural Priorities

Environmental Priorities

 Agriculture and Sustainable Farming
Environmental and Ecological Balance/ 

Education
Food and Food Programs
Resource Conservation
Water Issues
Wildlife/Nature Preservation

 

Social and Economic Justice / Human Needs

 Collaborative Philanthropy
Economic Justice
Human Services

International Relief/Other Programs
LGBTQ Activities
Peace-Oriented Activities
Poverty Eradication
Public Health/Complementary Health
Social Action, Justice, Finance
Special Needs /Child Advocacy
Women and Girls’ Activities
Youth Programs

 

Educational/

Cultural Priorities

Arts/Music/Theater
Contemplative Practice
Cultural Programs
Experiential Learning
Education - Early Childhood Through Adult
Holistic Spiritual Research and Activities

Faith-Based Activities
Skill, Leadership and Capacity Building

 

Aligning Philanthropic Values with Investments in a Donor Advised Fund

A few of our examples:

The Community Investing Fund

This donor is knowledgeable about investing, supports progressive local, movement building nonprofits and values local, potentially high risk/high reward/high impact investments.  The Community Investing Fund therefore now holds:

·         A private fixed income investment in an early stage organic baking company that centrally includes persons coming out of incarceration as employees

·         A private equity holding in an early stage energy conservation company

 

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The Good Day Fund

This potential donor has a strong gender equity and environmental conservation giving orientation.  Therefore, the Good Day Fund’s investments will focus on:

·         “best of class” fossil fuel free/gender lens mutual funds across asset classes

·         Specific public equities in water/solar

·         Fixed income community loan fund notes

·         Cash (providing immediate liquidity for grant recommendations)

           

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