Connect with finance peers and gain practical knowledge to advance your work.
This webinar is designed to support small-staffed foundations seeking to use impact investing to further their missions
Learn how to deal with difficult wills and trusts.
Peer-to-peer exploration of common challenges faced by smaller foundations
Impact investing has the potential to enable every foundation, regardless of size, to pursue its philanthropic mission more effectively. It can help family foundations with few or no staff put more and different types of capital to work for social good and it can deliver philanthropic impact alongside financial returns—which enables reinvestment of those funds in pursuit of even more social good.
Listserv Question - Does your foundation hold fundraisers for a) operating dollars and/or b) grant dollars?
The Internal Revenue Service today issued interim guidance regarding the treatment of qualified transportation fringe benefit expenses paid or incurred after Dec. 31, 2017.
Knowing how to evaluate a grantee's current financial health is more important than ever: but, getting the information you need to make better grantmaking decisions can be confusing, counter-intuitive and frustrating.
Query: A Philanthropy Ohio colleague is requesting suggestions for an auditing firm. They are interested in a company experienced in working with organizations at the $10 million level. Their foundation will be experiencing an annual audit for the very first time.