The Charitable IRA Portfolio is a collection of tools designed to help communicate the exciting giving opportunities available to donors. Revised to reflect recent legislative changes, the portfolio includes:
If you are an accredited community foundation, but not a member of the Council, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in order to access the toolkit.
Members can now access 2012 compensation data. The following compensation summaries provide data on 34 positions across multiple foundation types and sizes. Each table provides the mean, median, range, 25th, and 75th percentiles. These documents also contain information on salary increases and regional compensation tables for all grantmaker types.
A national match day initiative designed to increase awareness of community foundations and the important work we do to support change in our communities. The initiative builds on the successful match day concept that many community foundations are already utilizing, augmenting these efforts with a national pool of matching funds and public relations and marketing campaigns. This is a unique opportunity for the field to work together to elevate community philanthropy in the national media.
Community foundations are tax-exempt public charities serving thousands of people who share a common interest—improving the quality of life in their area. Individuals, families, businesses, and organizations create permanent charitable funds that help their region meet local challenges.