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How to Meet the Challenge of Geographical Dispersion

Many private foundations are started with the express goal of uniting generations of the family in charitable work. But family members don’t always stay put. Instead, they move away to attend school, pursue a career, or start a family of their own. For any foundation, geographic dispersion can imperil the dream of a family united through good work. It’s tough to keep everyone interested and involved in the foundation’s area of focus when members are scattered around the country or even around the globe. But for a foundation with a specific focus on its home community, the challenge to remain viable and effective is even more daunting. This article shares ideas and options for foundations whose members no longer call the same community home.

[callout]It’s tough to keep everyone interested and involved in the foundation’s area of focus when members are scattered around the country or even around the globe.[/callout]

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