Staffing, Salaries & Benefits

The 2013 Grantmakers Salary Tables provide aggregate information on U.S. foundation and corporate giving program staff salaries and benefits.
Members can now access the following salary tables with data from the 2013 Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Survey.
This resource provides an overview of the variety of ways in which family philanthropies choose to staff their foundations.
This slide presentation covers issues that may arise for non-family staff in family foundations.
Looking for the single best way to manage a family foundation? You may be looking for a long time. Because family foundations are unique within the foundation world, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to management.
Al Castle is a family trustee of the Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation in Honolulu. After serving on the board for several years, he was hired as the first executive director of the foundation by his fellow board members.
This is a sample employee performance appraisal.
Interviews from several program officers from corporate foundations and giving programs for advice to those who are new to their positions.
Always a controversial topic, the issue of whether to pay foundation board members is likely to get even more attention. The precipitous decline in foundation assets has everyone trying to make the most effective use of their resources.
The Internal Revenue Code provides excise tax penalties that can be imposed by the Internal Revenue Service whenever unreasonable or excessive compensation is paid to high-level employees of charitable organizations. Over and above any legal requiremen
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