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The Council's Response to COVID-19

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Council Member Benefits

Council members—including all staff, board members and volunteers—receive exclusive member benefits including: legal consultation, networking opportunities, access to philanthropic expertise, and more.

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Join the Greater Good Circle

The Council on Foundations recently launched the Greater Good Circle, a program providing members the opportunity to expand their membership by providing a gift “on top” of their membership contribution at the time of renewal. Added together, this support has a big impact on our ability to respond to member needs, take advantage of new opportunities, and invest in our own infrastructure.

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Tell Us About Your Impact

Sharing your experiences and stories of success help demonstrate your impact and promotes learning and growth in the field. The Council aims to serve as a platform to profile charitable investments and foster greater knowledge sharing around solutions. Contact Lindsay Mason to feature your work or share topics you would like the Council to explore.

Council Commitment to Corporate Philanthropy

The Council has served corporate foundations since 1964. As a national organization involved in the stewardship of corporate philanthropy over the years, we have fostered networks of corporate grantmakers, produced various resources, shared promising practices and championed the social impact of companies throughout the philanthropic sector. The Council believes corporations can (and do) serve as active partners with government and civil society in finding new ways to address the profound social and environmental challenges we face.