Stretching Family Control Over Charitable Interests
When a private foundation is established alongside either a charitable remainder trust or charitable lead trust, you and your family can receive all the usual benefits of these trusts while retaining charitable control—potentially forever.
Collaborating with Community Nonprofits to Address the Opioid Epidemic
The combination of a macro-vision with micro-community resourcing and collaboration is going to help us face our most pressing challenges. Collective impact can be achieved when active partners share their skills to reach a common goal.
Navigating Complexity, Building Trust
Please enjoy this piece on Missouri Health Connection from October 2017: Working with a commodity such as health information data requires a lot of trust. By building trust within their community, Missouri Health Connection has become a national leader in the Health Information Exchange space.
Bringing your Board on board in Systems Leadership
Systems leadership is complex and challenging, but when done right, can broaden the reach and scope of your nonprofit’s impact.
More Than Just A Vision
Southeastern Guide Dogs is not content with just the status quo. With a vision to be the best, they are making strides towards truly reaching to be the best that they can be.
Charged with leading a turnaround that would expand effectiveness while building on the organization's strong conservation legacy, the National Audubon Society has become one of the most effective conservation networks in the country under David Yarnold’s leadership.
Painting a Picture and a Photo for Philanthropy
How do you take a photograph that has impact, that might move people to take action to support and organization? Carol J. Walker of the Wild Horse Freedom Federation shares how her photography has helped save lives.
Building A Legacy Through Focus, Skill, and Effort
Since their inception in 2014, Mission K9 Rescue has grown exponentially. Hard work, a robust social media presence, partnerships, and complete transparency, are just a few of the reasons they continue to grow and thrive.
The Rise of Giving: American Philanthropy in WWI
World War I was an important turning point in the history of American philanthropy. The efforts of Americans across the economic spectrum greatly expanded during and after the war and helped guide their response to World War II and beyond, leaving a distinctive mark on twentieth century humanitarian efforts.
New and Strategic Approaches Lead to Winning Results
When you focus on what is important in communities it can lead to winning results. Oceana's Jacqueline Savitz shares how their bipartisan grassroots approach has made offshore drilling a hot-button issue that is avoided by politicians who seek coastal support.