This guide explains why a private foundation is a better choice for many donors, especially those who want full control and flexibility with their giving; are interested in engaging family members and passing on values to younger generations; and seek to create an enduring legacy of good works.
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Private foundations are widely considered the most effective, flexible, and enduring charitable vehicles ever created for philanthropic individuals. They are preferred for their wide range of giving options, donor control, and favorable tax and estate planning benefits.
Straightforward answers to the 29 questions we’re asked most often about private foundations.
Learn why it’s sometimes best to gain some real life experience with your foundation before creating a mission statement.
How you can impose both binding and non-binding restrictions on future foundation activities.