By voting proxy ballots at the annual meetings of companies in which they are shareholders, foundations can safeguard the value of their endowments and strengthen their missions. This monograph describes the impact a proxy voting policy can have, gives examples of foundations that employ this policy, and offers advice on how to develop proxy voting guidelines.

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