Once you have your foundation’s organization and governance in place, it’s time to get down to the business of the […]
The 2017 Foundation Source Report on Grantmaking (which can be downloaded by clicking the button below) provides an examination of […]
Rejection is an inevitable part of the grantmaking process. Learning to say no, politely and confidently, is an essential skill.
Straightforward answers to the 29 questions we’re asked most often about private foundations.
Impact investing is using the private foundation’s investments to generate a positive social or environmental impact in addition to providing a financial return.
Did you know that private foundations can run their own charitable programs in addition to the grants they make? Learn how.
As long as you follow the rules, you can make tax-deductive gifts directly to individuals in need using your private foundation.
Using prizes can encourage innovation that furthers your private foundation’s strategic goals and delivers significant social change.
Learn about the different ways a private foundation can make grants to organizations outside of the United States.
Conferences, consultants, site visits, and other strategic expenses can help you get more impact for your gifts, and with a private foundation, you can pay for these expenses with tax-advantaged dollars. Learn more in this article.