Foundation Building Sourcebook: A Practitioners Guide Based upon Experience from Africa, Asia and Latin America
By David Winder and A. Scott DuPree with Cristina Parnetti, Chandni Prasad and Shari Turitz | August 2000 | View Full Text
What are strategies for raising an endowment? How can the creation of a board strengthen a foundation? What are effective grantmaking programs?
The Foundation Building Sourcebook presents diverse approaches to these and other questions that grantmaking foundations around the world face. Containing first-hand material from nineteen grantmaking foundations in Africa, Asia and Latin America, as well as careful analysis, the Sourcebook is a powerful tool for anyone interested in strengthening foundations. It provides information on how to:
Raise financing, including endowments
Recruit and develop a governing board
Create a skilled professional staff
Develop effective grantmaking programs
Communicate what you do.
Philanthropic Actors & Issues | Community Foundations | Business Philanthropy & Social Investment | Foundation-Building & Philanthropic Practices | Foundation Start-Up | Governance, Leadership & Boards | Resource Mobilization | Grantmaking | Capacity-Building Programs | Organizational Development & Learning | Monitoring & Evaluation | Communications & Advocacy | Foundation-Building & Philanthropy Tools & Sample Documents | Foundation & Philanthropy Case Studies | Mozambique | Senegal | South Africa | Zimbabwe | Americas | Brazil | Colombia | Ecuador | Mexico | Puerto Rico | United States | India | Malaysia | The Philippines | Europe | Switzerland