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“I've always admired people who can invest of themselves when there's not a lot in it for them, except the satisfaction of doing good things.”

When Michael Bradley first heard about Boston Health Care for the Homeless on the radio, he used his Giving Account to make a one-time grant recommendation to the charity. But after seeing the team in action, and meeting the patients who benefit from their compassionate care, he deepened his commitment to the cause.

Michael Bradley

Michael Bradley

Boston, MA

Boston Health Care for the Homeless

Finding joy in giving back

When Carl Golub lost his daughter to cancer in 2012, he established a donor-advised memorial fund in her name. Today he continues to honor her legacy by supporting veterans causes, medical research, feeding the hungry and more.

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Ellen Golub

Ellen Golub


Ellen M. Golub
Memorial Fund

A passion for helping others

When Lynda Fox started volunteering in college, she didn't know it would kick-start a lifelong commitment to giving back. Today, she supports over 40 charities a year with her family's donor-advised fund, and her impact reaches from California to Nepal.

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Smile Train

Lynda Fox


Smile Train

Breaking the cycle of loss

Turning the loss of a loved one into something positive was the goal when Todd and Michelle Buelow established the Matt Tunno Make a Difference Memorial Fund. In their work at the Charlotte Rescue Mission, they've succeeded.

Michelle & Todd Buelow

Michelle & Todd Buelow

Charlotte, NC

Charlotte Rescue Mission

How Fidelity Charitable donors are different

See how our donors compare to their charitable peers nationwide

Fidelity Charitable donors are more likely to bring family into giving decisions.

Percentage who make giving decisions with others


Fidelity Charitable donors give more in retirement.

Retired Fidelity Charitable donors compared to retired affluent donors nationwide


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The power of family giving

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Report: Giving and Planning

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Giving to disaster relief

Learn when, where and how to donate to have the most impact.

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