From clarifying your charitable purpose to adopting effective governance structures, The Philanthropy Roundtable has services and resources designed to help you safeguard your donor intent.
This Philanthropy Roundtable guidebook lays out how to define and safeguard your philanthropic principles.
A vitally important step in safeguarding donor intent is defining and clarifying your mission statement.
Find the best articles, books, and panel discussions on the topic of establishing and preserving donor intent.
In this Wall Street Journal essay, Adam Meyerson warns donors against the risk of redirected gifts.
Some cautionary examples from the experience of the Daniels Fund—a foundation that managed to reclaim its donor’s intent.
How foundations sunset, and the reasons it’s becoming popular
A few years ago, the John M. Olin Foundation began the process of spending down its assets in preparation for closing its doors. It is now well along this path, and has learned a few lessons along the way.
How donors and charities can plan wisely to avoid posthumous punch-ups
What accounts for the difference between what donors want to achieve and where they make their largest gifts?