Learn how to help victims of disasters in ways that comply with federal tax rules that apply to charitable organizations from the Internal Revenue Service.
FSG Social Impact Advisors report that identifies a fundamental transition in the way foundations use evaluation.
An overview on the self-dealing law, including definitions, common problem areas, exceptions, penalties, and resources.
Checklist focusing on a foundation’s transparency in communicating key information about the organization to its constituents and the broader public.
List of resources on communications and disclosure issues.
Sample job descriptions for positions at a Corporate Foundation or Corporate Giving Program.
Sample proposal review and evaluation guidelines from foundations across the country.
Sample board committee descriptions, including roles and responsibilities of committee members
A sample form used by a foundation's board of directors to evaluation the chief executive officer.
501(c)(3) public charities may legally seek to influence legislation—in other words, lobby – subject to generous limits. In addition, private foundations and public foundations (which are public charities) may support public charities that lobby. Foundations should follow the following rules when making grants to grantees that lobby.