Once you have your foundation’s organization and governance in place, it’s time to get down to the business of the […]
According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, there are currently over 1.5 million nonprofit organizations in the United States. […]
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The 2017 Foundation Source Report on Grantmaking (which can be downloaded by clicking the button below) provides an examination of […]
Streamline Your Grants Management Process
Foundations typically approach most grants as a team sport, debating their merits and deciding, collectively, whether they’re likely to achieve the foundation’s goals. However, in addition to granting as a group, some foundations give their board and/or family members a portion of funds to donate as individuals. Th is practice, called discretionary grantmaking, is legally permitted as long as the grants are consistent with the foundation’s charitable purpose, and there aren’t restrictions in the charter documents to prohibit it.
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An online portal for communicating with grantees to monitor and evaluate the performance of the grants made to their organizations.
This paper provides helpful tips on how a foundation can avoid some of the potential pitfalls surrounding charitable pledges.