This memo identifies the type of funding, the source of funding, the funding recipients and how the funds are used (categorized by ELAC’s focus areas of accessibility, affordability and high quality).
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Annual report of the Council on Foundations and Commonfund Institute on investment and governance policies and practices of private and community foundations.
The 2014 GIFT Snapshot Report is a compilation of data from all 94 Indiana community foundations entered into the CF Insights database.
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This publication outlines the law and factors related to conflict of interest and includes examples of situations that foundations regularly encounter.
Heather Willey, Barnes & Thornburg, IPA’s legislative liaison with Indiana’s General Assembly, joined us for a review of the 2015 Legislative Assembly, covering important implications for foundations and nonprofits.
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The 86,000 private foundations with less than $50 million in assets account for 98% of all foundations in the United States; however, data about this “super majority” is scant because most private foundation research looks only at the wealthiest 2% of grantmaking philanthropies.
This webinar (webinar 5 in a series of 6 HR webinars) will provide a general overview of effective HR policies and how small nonprofit organizations can effectively implement them.
This webinar (webinar 6 in a series of 6 HR webinars) will provide a general overview of effective HR policies and how small nonprofit organizations can effectively implement them
This webinar (webinar 2 in a series of 6 HR webinars) will provide a general overview of effective HR policies and how small nonprofit organizations can effectively implement them.
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Planning the conversation is what Ken Burnett - in his classic work Relationship Fundraising - calls the essential foundations of fundraising. Planning creates a clear path to raising unrestricted funds.
On February 23, 2015, the Urban Institute’s Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy conducted a survey of community foundations and the IRA Charitable Rollover provision. All community foundations with total assets of $5 million or more were invited to take the survey.
This year's version of the America Gives More Act contains four key components (IRA Charitable Rollover, Food Donations, Conservation Easement Donations and Foundation Excise Tax).