Posts tagged to 'Privacy and anonymity'
by Richard Russell
and Richard Woo
on February 27, 2017
As a group, family philanthropies put a lot of energy into connecting with our constituents. We do this joyfully because we know that strong, trusting relationships are vital to our success and the communities we serve.
Q: It is my understanding that Form 990-PF requires reporting of the names and addresses of contributors which can be accessed by the public. I would prefer not having to report the names and addresses of contributors. What do I do?
A: The Internal Revenue Service requires foundations to file Form...
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by Kevin Laskowski
on July 15, 2007
Family philanthropy is at once an intensely private and a very public enterprise where personal principles meet public obligations. It is often difficult to find a compromise between these competing values. Many giving families opt to keep a low public profile, preferring to remain largely out of the...