Long-awaited regulatory changes will affect whether a foreign nongovernmental organization meets U.S. standards for charitable giving.
Filled with sample documents and indispensable advice for all philanthropic organizations that make grants that affect people and conditions outside the United States, this guide dissects and explains the various legal and technical requirements necessary to comply with the U.S. law and regulations concerning grants to non-U.S. organizations. Updated to reflect the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Attend this half-day workshop, May 21, in Washington, D.C.
The Council on Foundations defines “international grantmaking” to include grants made by U.S. foundations and corporations to overseas recipients as well as grants made to U.S.-based organizations operating international programs. This includes grants made toward activities wholly within the Unites States that have significant international purpose and impact.