Please note, this meeting was originally scheduled in February, but was postponed to the new date of Tuesday, March 13th.
Join us for this follow-up to the tremendously popular “Toeing the Line” webinar we held last December on common legal pitfalls in foundation governance.
Join us for this year-end refresher onsome of the most common dilemmas in family foundation governance and management, featuring nationally recognized legal advisor Andrew Schulz of Arabella Advisors
This presentation by legal and financial advisers at a Washington state community foundation convening covers danger areas for donor advised funds, fiscal sponsorship, and Form 990 issues.
The legal staff at the Packard Foundation, Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation and Moore Foundation developed this free, first-of-its-kind resource, which covers the basic legal rules around what staff are allowed to fund and engage in at a private foundation.
Good Done Great has launched Grantr, the first free online service for verifying a nonprofit's tax exempt status with the IRS. With Grantr, grantmakers and donors can be certain that their grants and donations are in compliance with the IRS rules.
Although grants to individuals make additional demands on foundations both legally and administratively, they are sometimes the best way to achieve your mission objective. Find out how to design and manage a grants-to-individuals program from Grantcraft.
What implications does the Sarbanes-Oxley law passed by Congress have for nonprofits? Learn more about recent changes in federal and state laws and find sample policies of use for nonprofits.
Sample conflict of interest policy, as outlined by the Internal Revenue Service.