Corporate Giving Programs and Foundations

Corporate Philanthropy refers to the investments and activities a company voluntarily undertakes to responsibly manage and account for its impact on society. It includes investments of money, donations of products, in-kind services and technical assistance, employee volunteerism, and other business transactions to advance a social cause, issue, or the work of a nonprofit organization. Corporate foundations and corporate giving programs traditionally play a major role in these areas.

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This webinar will help our private foundation members understand the rules for how they can participate in public policy advocacy. You will have a chance to interact with researchers from TCC documenting lessons from public policy advocacy campaigns supported by philanthropy.  Consider how your foundation can add value to public policy advocacy and stay within the rules.  

Speakers

Katherine Locke, Associate Director, Evaluation, The TCC Group

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Now in its third year, the Endowments and Finance Summit is the premier convening to hear expert insights and have in-depth conversations on the best practices and financial strategies to get a competitive advantage in the philanthropic advisory marketplace. Here’s why you should attend:

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot…

  • Take Action: Extend the Charitable Deduction to All Americans
  • Tax Reform Update: Competing legislative priorities complicate tax reform prospects
  • State Reliance on Federal Funds
  • New York Revitalization Act Amendments Go into Effect

Editor’s Note: This blog post spotlights Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, which was one of 10 recipients of the 2017 HUD Secretary’s Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnerships. The awards are a joint effort between the U.S.

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot…

  • Ways and Means holds tax reform hearing, tension builds around border adjustment idea
  • New research estimates sharp decrease in giving under proposed tax code changes
  • Trump administration releases FY 2018 budget
  • In the States: New York nonprofit contractors take on City Hall; Texas two-step on nonprofit independence and public disclosures

Council staff are back in D.C. after a whirlwind Annual Conference in Dallas last month, where we were joined by more than 1000 attendees from around the world. You can see conference highlights at cof.org/2017annual. Thank you to all of our global speakers and especially to our global conference sponsors: Walmart Foundation, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Hilton Foundation, Wallace Global Fund, and CAF America.

In This Week's Edition of Snapshot…

  • Tax Reform Update: Ways and Means Committee holds hearings, Senate gears up for tax reform
  • Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy named
  • Hearing on IRS reform scheduled for tomorrow
  • In the States: state budgets passing but on shaky footing; Mainers seek block grant transparency

Three years ago, I met Charles Story at the Grants Managers Network annual conference in San Diego. He was a featured panelist on a session about Extreme Management — successfully leading teams in constantly changing organizational environments. I was so impressed with his insights that we would start working together the following year, and I soon learned that Charles was also an executive coach with the Council’s Career Pathways (CP) Program. When I heard about the program’s goals and curriculum, I was completely sold, and could hardly wait for its reboot in 2017.