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The IRS allows private foundations wide latitude to undertake creative, inventive and effective philanthropy. Learn more.
When meeting with high-net-worth clients and prospects, they increasingly expect that philanthropy will be included as a topic of discussion. This guide provides an overview of five methods of charitable giving. It is intended to help you understand which approach might be best suited for your clients’ financial and philanthropy goals.
Whether you plan to create a new private foundation, or have already established one, Foundation Source has services to help.
A private foundation is a powerful and flexible philanthropic vehicle.
Donors can use a foundation to strengthen their families, while at the same time helping others.
A private foundation offers many benefits that are not available to individual donors or through other giving vehicles,, as outlined in this white paper.
In addition to the many philanthropic and charitable reasons a donor might have for establishing and funding a private foundation, there are also short-term and long-term tax benefits to consider.
Today, you can get everything you need to run your foundation from one single source.
Straightforward answers to the 29 questions we’re asked most often about private foundations.