Administration, Management & Finance

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Released: 11/2008

This report presents findings from the most recent report on the Foundation Expenses and Compensation Project and documents how differences in type, size, and operating activities of foundations affect their finances and charitable administrative expenses.

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Audience: All Members



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Released: 12/2013

Susceptibility to fraud in the nonprofit world is a major concern. If you have questions about how to prevent fraud or how vulnerable your organization might be to fraud, check out the free resources from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

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Released: 03/2016

This paper evaluates the sustainable level of payout for private foundations in light of the actual experience of a sample of private foundations.

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Released: 06/2009

This is the tenth survey of health foundations and includes basic information regarding the year of transaction, geographic location, assets, tax status, and focus of grantmaking.

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Funding Area: Health



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Released: 02/2007

How much is appropriate to spend on administrative expenses? Learn how major differences in operating characteristics can affect expense levels in this comprehensive report from the Urban Institute.

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Resource Type: Research



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Released: 05/2010

This manual highlights things private foundations must do, must not do and may do.

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Released: 06/1996

Originally published at a time of many hospital conversions, this paper continues to provide helpful information on philanthropic options for the sale of hospital assets.

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Released: 09/2014

This survey report explores how funders are utilizng technology tools and opportunities for growth.

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Released: 09/2014

Sustain Arts is a collaborative effort to connect knowledge and networks, building the collective capacity of the cultural sector, one region at a time. Sustain Arts/SE Michigan is the realization of that endeavor, serving the Detroit-metro area, including Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties. The result is Sustain Arts/SE Michigan: A Portrait of the Cultural Ecosystem. This regional key learnings report is available in full and as a visual summary.

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Resource Type: Report
Funding Area: Arts and Culture



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Released: 05/2015

This survey of impact investors explores progress being made on key indicators of market growth.

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