Browse the Council's webinar archive and play back presentations to help you and your colleagues in your foundation work.
This report offers the most comprehensive information available on staff composition and compensation for U.S. foundations. It contains salaries for 34 full-time positions; allows grantmakers to benchmark compensation against their peers by foundation type, asset size, and region; and offers extensive information on benefits policies and practices such as health care premiums by plan type.
The downloadable version is $149 for members and $199 for nonmembers.
On April 29, 2012, the Council released a seminal report for the corporate philanthropy field, which offers original field research and a new platform for corporate philanthropy. Download the pdf version for free, or purchase the print version through our bookstore.
Corporate giving is the making of charitable investments by companies engaged in business activity. Responsible corporate funders plan their giving strategically to attack root causes of problems that threaten the health of global communities (and therefore the health of the corporations themselves). These social investments can be cash, products, in-kind services, or employee voluntarism. Many companies make charitable contributions through both a company-sponsored foundation and a corporate contributions program.