Private Foundations – The Best Laid Plans? – Part 2
May 10, 2012
In my last post, I addressed why private foundations are appealing to many donors who want to formalize or advance their personal philanthropy. What many donors don’t consider before creating one, however, are the costs that come with this seemingly flexible solution. These unanticipated costs lead many private foundations to fail over time. Here […]Read More
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