Federal officials presented the Opening Doors report to the Obama Administration, detailing the nation's first comprehensive strategy to prevent and end homelessness.
The purpose of this case study is to share with other foundations some of the benefits and lessons learned thus far by the Foellinger Foundation as grantees have implemented an unconventional type of grant.
Criteria for Philanthropy at Its Best: Benchmarks to Assess and Enhance Grantmaker Impact is the first ever set of measurable guidelines that will help foundations and other institutional grantmakers operate ethically and maximize the impact of their dollars.
Sample conflict of interest policy, as outlined by the Internal Revenue Service.
How much is appropriate to spend on administrative expenses? Learn how major differences in operating characteristics can affect expense levels in this comprehensive report from the Urban Institute.
Originally published at a time of many hospital conversions, this paper continues to provide helpful information on philanthropic options for the sale of hospital assets.
On Thursday, September 29, the local public had their first opportunity to meet Michael Chatman, the new executive director of the Cape Coral Community Foundation.
Known as one of the nation’s leading social media influencers in philanthropy with over 300,000 followers on Twitter, and named by NonProfit Times Magazine as one of the most influential philanthropic leaders in America, Chatman comes into the position with high expectations.
The United Way of Pasco County is looking for a new leader after president/CEO Duggan Cooley accepted the job as executive director of the Pinellas Community Foundation. Cooley replaces Julie Scales, executive director of the Pinellas foundation since 2003, who announced her retirement in December 2015. Cooley was selected after a nearly yearlong national search that drew about 50 applicants.
Under the direction of President & CEO Sherry Magill, Jessie Ball duPont Fund transformed the abandoned Haydon Burns Library in downtown Jacksonville into a thriving hub for cross-sector collaboration. In alignment with the Fund’s commitment to revitalizing communities, Sherry devotes herself to breaking down barriers and increasing communication among the philanthropic, business and government sectors.
Charlotte Community Foundation Inc. has announced that Tami Sender will join the organization as CEO, effective Oct. 3. Ms. Sender, 54, has a notable 30-year track record in the nonprofit arena. During her nine-year tenure as the president and CEO of the Greater Joliet (Ill) Area YMCA, she led two successful capital campaigns raising $11.3 million, and oversaw construction of a 78,000-square-foot facility, among other key accomplishments. She also served as director of development for a parks foundation, where she oversaw a $1.7 million capital campaign, and secured more than $365,000 in key grant funding.