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The Best of Both Worlds: Using Private Foundations and Donor Advised Funds

This guide is for professional advisors whose clients want to formalize their charitable giving through a giving vehicle such as a Donor Advised Fund (DAF) or a private foundation. Experienced professional advisors know that helping clients find the best giving vehicle available for them creates a win-win situation. The clients will be happier with a vehicle that is a... Read More

Getting to Impact Discussion Guide #8: Making Evaluation Manageable and Meaningful

This discussion guide walks you through one foundation’s process of engaging in evaluation. Although this foundation is fictitious, it represents many small funders across the country. Using this guide, you’ll explore how this foundation: Engages in a strategic planning process. Keeps evaluation manageable. Learns and improves. The guide also features relevant Exponent Philanthropy resources as... Read More

The Grandparent Legacy Project

Many founders assume that their predecessors will consider their insights ancient history. But the truth is, the stories they share can powerfully convey a legacy. Developed with our valued partners at 21/64, The Grandparent Legacy Project is an oral history tool designed to help grandparents share their stories, and legacies, across generations. This toolkit includes:... Read More

Legal Essentials for Small Foundations

Managing a foundation is fantastic work. However, foundation management also requires complying with a myriad of laws that oversee grantmaking, investment strategies, public disclosures, and more. This primer summarizes some of the most important laws related to managing a foundation. It covers legal issues related to the following topics: Grantmaking Operations and administration Investments It... Read More