An overview of the legal basics facing all grantmakers, plus topics of special interest to corporate grantmakers, such as self-dealing, sponsorships, giving programs and employee matching gift programs. Featuring Gina M.
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Gina Kastel of Faegre Baker Daniels introduces concepts like fiduciary duties, conflicts of interest, requirements of section 501(c)(3) and the special tax rules that apply to grantmaking organizations.
An overview of the legal basics facing all grantmakers, plus topics of special interest to community foundations, such as donor-advised funds and endowment management. Featuring J. Hazen Graves, partner, Faegre Baker Daniels.
An overview of the legal basics facing all grantmakers, plus topics of special interest to independent foundations, such as self-dealing, hiring family members and just compensation, family travel expenses, director and officer liability, and endo
Every foundation professional must know how to navigate legal issues including managing conflict of interest, lobbying and grantmaking to non-traditional organizations – among others.
In corporate social engagement, strategic clarity and focused results are not accidental; instead they are achieved through inquiry, intentionality and investment.
The Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF) has selected the 2016 Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellows. Launched as a partnership with the Bush Foundation in 2013, the Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellowship prepares high-potential individuals from...
Description: Our first meeting will focus on trends in corporate philanthropy and will feature a brief presentation from MCF President, Trista Harris, with plenty of time to discuss and share the trends that you are seeing in your
Description: Join us for the second meeting of the Corporate Community Affairs Professionals Network where we’ll focus on evaluation in corporate philanthropy.
Description: Our corporate executive roundtable is an open forum for the senior-most corporate philanthropy professional in your organization.
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A foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports charitable activities in order to serve the common good. Foundations are often created with endowments"”money given by individuals, families or corporations.
As director of public policy and communications, Bob coordinates MCF's public policy engagement and leads its government relations activities in St. Paul and Washington, D.C.
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