About The Fuller Foundation
A rich heritage of helping generous supporters invest in Fuller Seminary’s mission
Since 1987, The Fuller Foundation has helped families and individuals reach their financial and charitable giving goals and support Fuller Theological Seminary. For more than thirty years, the foundation has played a key role in supporting the seminary and helping generous donors give to advance Fuller’s mission.
The Fuller Foundation is an independent Christian philanthropic services organization offering gift planning, estate planning, charitable trust administration, donor-advised funds, endowment management, and investment management services for Fuller’s supporters. The foundation’s mission is to provide financial stewardship to advance the mission of Fuller Theological Seminary. Through the effective investment of the Fuller Endowment and by providing gift planning and estate planning services to Fuller’s supporters, the foundation provides ongoing revenue and leadership in support of the seminary.
Gift Planning can help you determine the best assets to use to make a legacy gift and discover ways to give to Fuller that provide tax benefits and a source of income for you and your family. Fuller’s Gift Planning team can help you and your family make a legacy gift that will fulfill your financial and giving goals and make a lasting investment in Fuller’s future.
There are a number of tax-wise estate planning tools and strategies that can be used to preserve your assets, provide for your family, and give to Fuller. Fuller’s Estate Planning experts offer estate design tools to help you uncover charitable giving opportunities in your estate planning.
CHARITABLE TRUST ADMINISTRATION
You may be looking for a way to receive income for life or a number of years and establish a future gift to Fuller. If you are looking for a way to pass your assets to your family while reducing or eliminating gift or estate taxes, a charitable trust may be the right solution for you. Fuller’s Gift Planning team can help you establish a charitable trust to achieve your financial goals and create a lasting legacy for your family and Fuller.
FULLER DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS
A Fuller Donor-Advised Fund is a charitable giving account that simplifies your giving. With a donor-advised fund, you can contribute different types of assets to your fund, receive an income tax deduction at the time of your donation, and recommend grants online. If you already have a donor-advised fund with The Fuller Foundation, log in to your Fuller Donor-Advised Fund account here.
Your legacy gifts to the Fuller Endowment provide Fuller with resources for scholarships, teaching, research, and library resources to achieve its mission. Over the years, generous supporters like you have used legacy gifts to establish endowed funds for students, faculty, innovative academic programs, and many other purposes. Your legacy gifts to the endowment make an important investment in Fuller’s future impact.
Fuller Investment Management Company is an investment management firm serving Fuller Theological Seminary and generous supporters of Fuller. It is an independent SEC Registered Investment Advisor and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Fuller Foundation. Fuller Investment Management Company manages the assets entrusted to The Fuller Foundation, including the Fuller Endowment, and offers risk-managed and diversified investment portfolios for Fuller’s supporters.
How You Can Reach Us
Please contact us to learn more about how we can help you make a legacy gift to advance Fuller’s mission.
The Fuller Foundation
385 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 250
Pasadena, CA 91101
The Fuller Foundation Team
Director of Charitable Impact
Toni Krabill leads the marketing, communications, and engagement strategy for The Fuller Foundation’s gift planning, estate planning, and investment management services, and she develops resources to empower individuals and families to make an impact through their philanthropy. Prior to joining the foundation, she was associate dean of the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Seminary.