Support Students Through
Donor-Advised Funds

Provide Educational Options to Florida Students with a Donor-Advised Fund Contribution

Step Up For Students Scholarships provide Florida families with options to choose the schools that best fit the needs of their children. You can be a vital part of building a better future for these PreK3 grade students with a contribution from your donor-advised fund.

This philanthropic giving vehicle provides an immediate tax benefit to you as you help to provide new opportunities for students.

How do I give to Step Up For Students through a Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)?

You have three options to support scholarships through your donor-advised fund:
Recommend a grant
from your DAF
Contact your fund administrator or
provide a grant online directly from your
DAF using the links below.
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Set up recurring automatic
grants from your DAF
Contact your fund administrator or use
the links below to find your DAF
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Name Step Up For Students as
the beneficiary of your DAF
Contact your fund administrator and
reach out to us so we can acknowledge
your generosity.
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When granting through your Donor-Advised Fund, please use the following information:

Tax ID:


Mailing Address:

Step Up For Students
4655 Salisbury Road, Suite 400. Jacksonville, FL 32256

Find Donor-Advised Fund Financial Institution

If you already have a Donor-Advised Fund, you can make contribution to support scholarships for Florida students.

If you cannot find your financial institution or foundation in the links above, please let us know. Contact Us

Scholarship Beneficiaries

Our four programs are transforming futures through the support of our donors. A donation to Step Up For Students is an investment in closing the educational gaps of our children by providing students access educational opportunities that best fit their individual needs.

Private School

Creating education choice opportunities for students in grades K-12.

Unique Abilities

Providing access to education savings accounts (ESA) for students with unique abilities starting at age 3.


Supporting public school families in choosing a safe learning environment for students in grades K-12 who have experienced bullying.


Providing reading support services to public school children in grades K-5.