Contrary to popular belief, family foundations may fund grantees to advocate-and can even advocate themselves. Abby Levine reviews the various activities that constitute advocacy and describes why foundation support for advocacy is so important. She explains the legal rules governing such activity, outlining the types of activities family foundations may legally fund and those they may do themselves.
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