Fine Tuning to Meet Local Needs

Posted on February 18, 2000 by Carol Robbins

“By the time I started with the foundation in 1972,” says Charlie Bundy, “its philosophy and grantmaking were pretty well set. These emanated directly from the feelings and intentions of Col. Springs, who believed the charitable money should be used to provide things that would help local people with their individual living and growth.” Anne Springs Close adds, “The board… Read More

Telling Your Story to the American Public

Posted on October 22, 1996 by Ivan Lansberg

Before expecting any political help on estate taxes, family businesses have to reverse some negative images. It is the job of the owners of these companies to let the public know what they have always stood for and why the businesses they have created should continue into the future… Read More

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