Created in 2016, Fund for a Better Future Inc. (FBF) is dedicated to advancing public awareness and support for protecting the environment, ensuring healthy communities, and advancing equal rights for all. As a nonprofit, 501(c)(4) social welfare organization, FBF allows donors to invest in a wide range of causes. FBF serves as a one-stop shop for donors wanting to contribute in ways that ensure impact, accountability, and legal compliance.
Among others, FBF partners with Resources Legacy Fund, an independent, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity that has transformed philanthropy into landmark achievements in conservation, education, and healthy communities for nearly 20 years.
Please note: Contributions to FBF are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.
Who we are
Fund for a Better Future Board of Directors
Founder and President of Resources Legacy Fund
Christopher (Kim) Elliman
CEO of the Open Space Institute
Trustee of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Principal at Corridor Partners
What We Do
By determining where their funds can most effectively be deployed, we work with donors on issues important to the future of our country. In some instances, donors come to FBF with clear ideas about issues and organizations for investment. In other cases, FBF works with donors to determine the best way to maximize results.
We have played key roles in state ballot measures as well as more recently at the national level to resist federal efforts to weaken laws protecting the environment, reproductive rights, voting rights, immigrants, access to healthcare, and other hard-fought policies that make America stronger, safer, and healthier. FBF furthers these objectives either directly or by providing restricted grants to other organizations doing good work and achieving results in these areas. We operate like a donor-advised fund, serving both as strategic catalyst and as fiscal sponsor for projects supporting these goals.
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Contact us to discuss investments in your priority issues.