|Authors: ||Mathews, Steve., Wettenhall, Gib., Equasearch, Australian Association of Philanthropy|
|Publisher:||Melbourne : Australian Association of Philanthropy,|
- There are 17 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 17 copies of this specific edition.
- xix, 126 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
- Ch . 1. Advantages of giving through a foundation
- Ch. 2. Choices in informed foundation giving
- Ch. 3. Steps towards informed giving: 3.1 What is the purpose of your involvement in a foundation, 3.2 How will you define your objectives?, 3.3 How do you fit your giving within the legal, charitable purposes definition?, 3.4 What issues of accountability need to be considered?, 3.5 Will you act anonymously or maintain a public profile?, 3.6 What are the tax advantages of gaining charitable status?, 3.7 What are the costs involved in establishing a foundation?, 3.8 How big does a foundation need to be?, 3.9 How will you select or change trustees?, 3.10 What legal structures can you utilize?, 3.11 Do you want the foundation to run forever?, 3.12 What methods are there for investing the foundation's capital assets?, 3.13 How much income has to be distributed annually?, 3.14 What percentage of funds ought to be spent on administration?, 3.15 What methods are there for disbursing funds?, 3.16 Why bother with guidelines for grant-seekers?, 3.18 What skills does a philanthropist need?, 3.19 How do you select good professional advice?, 3.20 How can a foundation best remain abreast of the need within its area of giving?
- Ch. 4. References.
- Available from Australian Association of Philanthropy, 8th Floor, 20 Queen St, Melbourne Vic 3000.
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