How has place-based family philanthropy evolved over time? This resource is a study of place-based foundations and funds. A place-based foundation or fund is committed—often exclusively—to a particular geographic region of the country.
Community foundations are uniquely poised to support the leadership pipelines in their respective communities. Hear about what you need to consider as you start, refine or consider managing a leadership development program.
This webinar highlights challenges that foundation boards and executives are facing and discusses the board development levers that are most related to stronger board and foundation performance.
Strategic planning can be both a daunting and invigorating experience for an organization. This webinar is designed to help you think through your approach to strategic planning.
Learn how corporate foundations and financial advisors are aligning their giving strategies with business goals.
By most measures, Michigan is in the middle of an economic turnaround, following an exceptionally severe economic downturn in the early 2000s caused by a combination of Michigan’s lost decade1 and the national Great Recession.
Family foundations offer some of the strongest values for philanthropic giving, and many of those values endure through generations of family involvement. What happens, though, when new generations want to alter the scope of family giving, or see different opportunities for focus areas?
Explore strategies that foundations might use to transform their internal practices to reflect the complex work they are doing externally.