Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any limits on how much I can contribute to my Kadogo Fund account?
Can Kadogo refund a contribution I have made to my fund?
Kadogo is unable to offer refunds for contributions to charitable giving funds. Fund contributions are considered tax deductible donations to Kadogo Gives, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The tax benefit occurs at the time that a contribution is made to the fund, not when a grant is disbursed to charity. Therefore, any contributions to your fund must eventually be granted to IRS-recognized charitable organizations.
I would love to have a portion of my paycheck go directly to my charitable giving fund in Kadogo. How can I make this happen before funds hit my account?
To avoid confusion during tax preparation, we suggest collecting your paycheck in your normal direct deposit account, and then making regular / recurring contributions to your Kadogo fund in order to develop a charitable balance.
Does Kadogo accept non-cash contributions?
Yes! In addition to contributions of cash, Kadogo supports contributions of publicly-traded US stocks, bonds, and ETFs using our Kadogo Stock Contribution tool.
How do I create an account?
Click on the “Get Started” button on the top of the page to create a a free account.