This report documents some of the reasons and highlights examples of family foundations that have decided to take that step and become global funders.
Learn what philanthropy is doing—or should be doing—in rural communities to growing assets and improve education, health, and the environment.
This Solutions Brief consolidates lessons learned from roundtable and teleconference discussions and research from the field on employee volunteerism.
The Principles aim to guide and support funders in making better decisions in pursuing their international missions and objectives, and to provide a framework that will encourage and assist more foundations to get involved internationally.
The Principles were created by representatives of more than 40 charitable sector organizations including the Council on Foundations (the working group coordinator), Independent Sector, InterAction and Grantmakers Without Borders, as an alternative to the U.S. Treasury Department's Voluntary Anti-Terrorist Guidelines.
This Solutions Brief consolidates lessons learned from roundtable and teleconference discussions and research from the field on strategic communications in corporate philanthropy.
This Solutions Brief consolidates lessons learned from roundtable and teleconference discussions and research from the field on technology in corporate philanthropy.
The Complete Guide brings together and updates the information, guidance, and tips found in Grantmaking Basics I and II with more essential tools for grantmakers.
The Giving Family offers parents dozens of simple family activities to teach children of any age how to give their time, their talents, and (yes!) their money to people and causes they care about
The Grandparent Legacy Project is an oral history tool that helps grandparents communicate their stories—their legacies—across the generations. Created by 21/64 and the Association of Small Foundations, this resource excerpts interviews with 15 well-known philanthropic grandparents, a CD to hear their voices, and a workbook.
Small foundations need special tools. Whether you’re new to foundations, looking for the basics, or a seasoned grantmaker looking to improve upon your work, you will discover operating tips to structure and run your small foundation—from the ground up.
This publication features 23 philanthropic leaders’ collective discussions of lessons learned around making social change happen, identifying advocacy activities to support, and ensuring these efforts result in long-term community benefits.