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Solid, effectively administered HR policies and procedures are a critical component of nonprofit and foundation governance, and serve as an indicator of overall organizational health.
Explore easy-to-use tools and share tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your board meetings.
In 2014, the Monitor Institute released “What’s Next for Community Philanthropy,” a toolkit of flexible materials designed to help boards, staff teams and communities think about our changing environment and how it will affect philanthropy.
In this case-study based conversation we’ll explore examples of best practices and consider the reasons for taking a fresh look at end of year giving. After all, it only comes around once!
Do you dread meeting with your auditor or accounting professional? Sometimes it might feel like foundation staff and CPAs speak different languages.
When it comes to crafting strategic communications, more isn’t always better. Targeted communications to donors often means doing less, more deliberately and with a custom touch. But where do you begin when honing in on a targeted approach?
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 (PPA) created many changes in the administration of donor advised and scholarship funds.
The 2020 #WPISymposium will focus on the intersection of technology, gender and giving, and features a mix of big idea conversations and practical sessions.
Join colleagues from around the region for our second gathering about rural funding in the Southwest.
Over the past decade, many communities have been struggling from “brain-drain” – their best and brightest are being sent off to college never to return.
The intersection of philanthropy and politics was once a taboo topic. Over the past 10 years, there has been a slow move for increased funding of grantees engaged in policy and systems change. Recently, however, there has been a shift in the way that foundations themselves view their role and engagement in policy change.