Taught by the Fund Evaluation Group, this webinar explores some of the issues in crafting and developing an investment strategy for community foundations.
The alphabet soup of global regulatory acronyms – FARA, FATF, and De-Risking to name a few – can lead to confusion for grantmakers. Join us for an update and discussion for how these regulations affect global grantmakers today.
The Council hosted a funders-only webinar with the Democracy Funders 2020 Census Subgroup to talk about the national philanthropy strategy to ensure an accurate count on the 2020 census.
In this month’s “Lunch with Legal Counsel” webinar, Bryan Del Rosario will tackle fiscal sponsorship and how to go about it successfully.
Explore the critical learning journey for community foundation professionals in today's context of offerings and identify what you need to know.
Continue the discussion on scholarships with Ben McDearmon as he discusses community foundation scholarship programs and questions about them frequently asked of the Council's Legal Team.
What are post-graduation scholarships and how can foundations and their communities benefit from them?
The goal of his conversation is for community foundation leaders to explore their role in helping leaders, regardless of sector, build the collaborative capacity they need to address community-wide challenges and opportunities.
Hear how the Homeless Persons Representation Project in Baltimore serves clients experiencing homelessness—including veterans and youth in Baltimore and across the state, and learn about their role in informing national efforts with the American Bar Association, Equal Justice Works and federal partners to “cover the map” with legal services for vulnerable populations by promoting best practices that produce tangible results.
Attorney Bryan Del Rosario discusses the prohibitions on engaging in self-dealing. In particular, Bryan tackles issues such as who gets the credit (company or foundation) when a gift is made; decisions regarding use of a foundation’s resources, whether a foundation must not advertise or promote the goods or services of its corporate sponsor, and much more.