Frequently asked questions about legal basics and anti-terrorism.
United States anti-terrorism and other domestic regulations have an impact on the flow of philanthropic funds both into and out of the U.S. which must be understood by funders looking to practice international philanthropy. The Council is dedicated to ensuring that barriers to cross-border philanthropy are minimized and educating members and other funders on how to properly and legally fund across borders.
These resources will help U.S. foundations and grantmakers understand and comply with U.S. regulations for cross-border philanthropy. General resources are found on this page; links to specific subtopics are below.
In-Depth Topics Under Global Regulation of Philanthropy:
In-Depth knowledge on U.S. Regulation of International Philanthropy
Developed by the Treasury Guidelines Working Group of Charitable Sector Organizations and Advisors