Bryan Del Rosario

Bryan Del Rosario

Staff Counsel, Council on Foundations

Bryan J. Del Rosario responds to nonprofit tax law and organizational inquiries from members. Bryan is also legal reviewer for the Community Foundations National Standards Board, a voluntary, self-regulating accreditation program for community foundations.

While earning his law degree, Bryan completed the course, Charitable Organizations, where he ranked No. 1 in that class, causing him to receive the law school’s coveted Certificate of Achievement Award. Prior to law school, Bryan gained professional legal experience as a legal assistant for a real estate law firm, and then for a firm specializing in motor vehicle tort. Originally from Seattle, Washington, Bryan is an expert coffee drinker and college basketball enthusiast, having attended Gonzaga University where he earned his Bachelors degree in Political Science as well as Masters level coursework in Organizational Leadership. Bryan resides in Seattle, Washington.

Bryan is a Fellow in Charitable Estate Planning (FCEP) from the Charitable Estate Planning Institute, and is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


Legal Office Hours

Posted on April 27, 2020 by Bryan Del Rosario

In partnership, the Council on Foundations and NCFP are offering office hours for family foundations. We know some family funders are entering new giving spaces in light of COVID-19 and are navigating the legalities of doing so. Engage in a Q&A discussion with your peers and COF attorney Bryan Del Rosario. Share top questions for legal review when you register… Read More

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