Until recently, if you had a private foundation, you had limited options for managing it: hire staff, coordinate an external team of advisors, or do it yourself. The first option is typically too expensive; the second can be cumbersome; and the third can be frustrating, time-consuming, and possibly risky. (What you don’t know about IRS regulations and tax code can hurt you.) Even when you enlist support from trusted advisors, this patchwork solution requires significant oversight and coordination. And not every advisor has the specific expertise and experience to meet the complex needs of a private foundation.
Thankfully, there’s a better way. Today, you can get everything you need to run your foundation from one single source: Foundation Source.