Private Operating Foundations

Operating foundations are private foundations that use the bulk of their income to provide charitable services or to run charitable programs of their own. They make few, if any, grants to outside organizations. To qualify as an operating foundation, specific rules, in addition to the applicable rules for private foundations, must be followed.

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This compilation of country codes and laws is intended to assist grantmakers and their advisors when undertaking equivalency determinations for foreign grantees under IRS Revenue Procedure 92-94. Specifically, this section describes the legal framework of nonprofit organizations (also known as non-governmental organizations or NGO's) in select countries, along with translations of legislative provisions relevant to an equivalency determination under IRS Revenue Procedure 92-94.

This report highlights the accomplishments, challenges and lessons learned from TCWF's Violence Prevention Initiative (VPI or Initiative) during the period 1992-2003.

Research publications on firearm violence from the Harvard Injury Control Research Center.

A collection of podcasts and publications from the Center for Court Innovation.

A collection of case studies, strategies and reports from the National League of Cities.

A collection of publications, news articles, and issue papers on gun violence from the Foundation Center.

This collection of resources provides ideas, best practices and lessons learned about what works in violence prevention — for those who would like to be part of the solution

This Toolkit was developed to support cities in developing youth violence prevention plans by building partnerships, taking an inventory of local resources and assets, and designing strategies, based on local data, that address the nature of youth violence and its causes. The goal is to create a multi-year plan that continues to guide the city’s efforts after the implementation phase begins.