Browse the Council's webinar archive and play back presentations to help you and your colleagues in your foundation work.
This report offers the most comprehensive information available on staff composition and compensation for U.S. foundations. It contains salaries for 34 full-time positions; allows grantmakers to benchmark compensation against their peers by foundation type, asset size, and region; and offers extensive information on benefits policies and practices such as health care premiums by plan type.
The downloadable version is $149 for members and $199 for nonmembers.
This cornerstone resource provides user-friendly legal guidance to directors, trustees, and essential staff. Price for non-members: $59.00. Price for members: $39.00. Visit our store for your copy.
"Family foundation" is not a legal term. Therefore, it has no precise definition. The Council on Foundations defines a family foundation as one whose funds are derived from members of a single family. At least one family member must continue to serve as an officer or board member of the foundation and, as the donor, that individual (or a relative) must play a significant role in governing and/or managing the foundation.