This resource is intended to explore frequently asked questions involved in managing disaster funds, specifically issues of concern to private foundations, community foundations, corporate foundation/giving programs and other public charities that manage grantmaking.
This document is a reference tool for considering which philanthropic giving structure is most appropriate to the unique situation and priorities of these individuals and families.
This new publication illustrates the innovative leadership of our members in the areas of Equity, People, Practice and Policy and how CMF is championing the work of Michigan philanthropy as we continue to live into our Equity at the Center strategic framework.
How visible and accessible should your family's philanthropy be to others? It's a classic question with multiple correct answers based on faith, family tradition, regulatory frameworks, strategy and many more factors.
Join the staff of CFLeads as they share insights about the practice of community leadership from the collective knowledge of the community foundation field.
In this interactive session, we will define implicit bias and microaggression in the workplace. We will look at how verbal and non-verbal communication informs how we engage each other and the intentional or unintentional outcomes.
In this webinar, you will learn what years of research on next gen donors tells us about how they want to be engaged, what they want to change to increase the impact of family philanthropy, and most important, what you can do to help them become the donors we all need them to be.
Leadership succession remains a top concern for foundations, regardless of size or type of organization. The dynamic of family foundations can make the process even more of a unique challenge.