Provides a first look into the 2013 investment and grantmaking performance of private foundations with less than $50 million in assets.
Foundations may pay compensation for an insider’s personal services as long as the compensation is “reasonable and necessary.”
The mechanisms for preserving donor intent as well as the trade-offs associated with limiting a foundation’s future focus and activities.
The requirements for validating a grantee’s status and provides resources to simplify the process.
A site visit can give your foundation valuable assurance that a project is primed for success.
How these charitable vehicles can work together.
Tips for evaluating a nonprofit before making a grant.