The board of trustees for the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund has voted to lower the minimum asset requirement for its Charitable Investment Advisor Program (CIAP) to $250,000 from $1 million.

The CIAP, established in 2006, allows investment advisers to develop and implement investment strategies for the donors’ Giving Account at the Gift Fund as long the donors meet the minimum asset requirements. By lowering the minimum asset requirement, the board of trustees has made CIAP accessible to more donors.

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