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PEAK Grantmaking

April 16, 2021 | PEAK Grantmaking
One of NCFP’s newest Content Partners, PEAK Grantmaking, is a vibrant member-led community of professionals who specialize in grants management for funding organizations. Together, they power knowledge and foster collaboration to advance equitable, effective, and efficient grantmaking practice – transforming how grants get made.  Below you’ll find a selection of their resources. For additional guides and resources, including more how-to Read More
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Values and Motivations

January 28, 2021 | Jason Born
Clearly defined motivations and values are the underpinning of an effective family philanthropy strategy—they articulate a purpose, provide direction, and serve as a measure of accountability. They are also a dynamic and ever-evolving tool to guide donors and their family through the lifecycle of their philanthropic effort. This Content Collection highlights webinars, blog posts, and other resources that discuss the Read More
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Living the Legacy

January 5, 2021
Living The Legacy: The Values of a Family’s Philanthropy Across Generations was released by the National Center for Family Philanthropy in 2001 to move the discussion of donor intent toward the more robust idea of a living, family legacy. “Legacy is not a ‘dead hand’; it is, instead, a living, ‘helping hand’ that is entrusted to and guides succeeding generations Read More
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Stanford PACS Guide to Effective Philanthropy

October 22, 2020 | Stanford PACS
This Guide by Stanford PACS is written for donors who are interested in significant and sustained giving. It was born out of their experience at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society in helping donors improve their philanthropic effectiveness. Although much of the Guide is relevant to philanthropy across the globe, it is focused on donors making gifts to Read More
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Trust-based Philanthropy

NCFP’s Content Partner, the Trust-based Philanthropy Project, builds and curates tools and resources to engage grantmakers around ways to embody a trust-based approach, and why it matters. Below you’ll find a selection of their specialized how-to guides and templates to use and adapt. For additional guides and resources, including recordings from past presentations, sample policies, and resources from partners in Read More
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Participatory Grantmaking

August 25, 2020 | Jason Born
NCFP believes that one of the core tenets of enlightened philanthropy is listening to end beneficiaries and being regularly informed by the people donors seek to serve. Participatory grantmaking takes listening one step further to engage community members in the decision-making process around grants. This Content Collection features research, case studies, discussion guides, and other articles and blog posts on Read More
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Multi-faceted Giving

August 24, 2020 | Jen Crino
This content collection was curated to help answer those questions and allow your philanthropic family to better accommodate diverse systems of giving. Read More
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Generations Together: Engaging Youth

July 8, 2020
This special collection was curated by our Engaging Youth Peer Network. We thank them for their leadership and sharing. Unless otherwise noted, all resources listed are intended to be able to be used directly with kids. Please see the NCFP Content Collection, Igniting the Spark: Engaging Next-gen and Youth in Family Philanthropy for additional information and resources. Read More
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Expenditure Responsibility

July 6, 2020
When a private foundation makes a grant to an organization that is not classified by the IRS as tax-exempt, it is required by law to ensure that the funds are spent for charitable purposes and not for private or political activities. This NCFP Content Collection includes FAQs, rules and sample policies for the process of expenditure responsibility to ensure your Read More