Legal and Tax Compliance for Corporate Grantmakers: Self-Dealing & Conflicts of Interest
Economic Development as a Charitable Activity
Community Foundation Legal Webinar
Community Foundation Marketing Toolkits
Webinar Recording: National Trust for Historic Preservation: African American Cultural Heritage Fund
Webinar Recording: Transforming Community Foundation Scholarship Programs from Administrative Burdens to Strategic Assets
Expenditure Responsibility vs. Equivalency Determination: How to Choose
The Long Haul: Lessons From Charitable Responses to Previous Disasters
The State of Change: An Analysis of Women and People of Color in the Philanthropic Sector
Local Communities with Global Reach: International Giving by U.S. Community Foundations
What to Expect from an Audit
Foundation Finance and Investment Management
2016 Grantmaker Salary and Benefits Report: Administrative and Program Expense Tables
Starting a Foundation: Formation and Considerations
An Overview of the Law Governing Community Foundations
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