Charitable Foundation USA
     Welcome to all Programs & Funds

A young man immersed in the sparkle of the latest website technology recently said that this website looked like it was stuck in the past. He picked out the year 1997 when Charitable Foundation USA was founded as if he were referring to the Stone Age. 

Warning! This website does not aspire to sparkle. On the contrary, it aspires to attract visitors who are thoughtful readers and doers in the real world. Some of the programs discussed herein actually require people to read books - on paper no less. 

If you aspire to sparkle, stop now. Sparkle does not lead to happiness. Sparkle leads to - well - more sparkle. This website aspires to happiness especially through the third program - Cohesion USA.
Charitable Foundation USA was founded in 1997. It is a tax-exempt, public charity under IRC Section 501(c)(3) . We are housed within a certified public accounting firm. We have three programs -

(1) Planned Giving - We administer an independent, neutral, planned giving program for donors, financial advisers and for other public charities in support of all tax-exempt purposes within the United States. This is our original program begun in 1997. For more information, click here.

(2) Eco City USA - A social capital research & development fund® - also known as the ECUSA® Fund - is a special fund to which individuals, corporations and foundations may make tax deductible gifts in some cases and non-deductible loans and equity investments in others. The general purpose of the ECUSA® Fund is to develop and maintain social cohesion in the United States. Donors, lenders and investors are welcome to further refine the purpose of their transactions within the fund's general purpose. For more information about the ECUSA® Fund, click here

(3) Cohesion USA is under development. This is the program we are particularly excited about.  When completed it will be a program of adult education and action, the purpose of which will be to develop and sustain a critical mass of social cohesion in households, neighborhoods, towns, counties, states and the United States as a whole. For more information, click here