Conflict of Interest Policy (Self Foundation)

The South Carolina-based Self Foundation’s policy on dealing with potential conflicts of interest between board members and grantees. The Foundation encourages board members to play an active role in the community by serving as board members or other-wise being involved with a wide spectrum of nonprofit organizations. 

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Self-Dealing and Conflicts of Interest

This Content Collection defines conflict of interest and self-dealing in family philanthropy, and highlights the most common problem areas, including: excessive compensation, tickets to fundraising events, and overlapping board members.

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