This customizable sample closing letter may be sent to grantees upon the conclusion of their grant.
The Council exists to expand, enhance, and sustain your ability to advance lives in the communities you serve. Our team is available to provide members with sample documents and templates that can be customized to fit your foundation’s work or help guide your thinking.
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In-Depth knowledge on Sample Document
This sample grant close-out form can help you wrap up outstanding grants.
Editable grant agreement for grants requiring expenditure responsibility.
This is a sample employee performance appraisal.
Includes job descriptions for President/Chair of the Board, Vice President of the Board, Secretary of the Board, and Treasurer of the Board
Legal requirements for corporate foundation scholarship funds for corporate employees.
Sample Board of Directors Election and Retention Policy
Community foundations are often faced with requests from donors or local volunteers who wish to express their support by raising money for the community foundation or for a particular fund. Allowing individuals or a group of volunteers to engage in fundraising activities on behalf of the community foundation (a practice called donor-initiated fundraising) can be a great way to increase foundation assets and boost name recognition in the community. However, this approach to fundraising also comes with risks. The community foundation is delegating its authority to individuals or groups who are neither staff nor board members of the community foundation. Before allowing others to fundraise on the foundation’s behalf, foundations should understand the key issues and create a strong policy to guide fundraising activities. The fundraising policy should be carefully explained to potential donor-fundraisers before fundraising begins.