To answer the basic question of how many active family foundations are planning to spend down or exist in perpetuity (or have not yet made a decision), and to examine foundations' motivations and decision-making, the Foundation Center, in collaboration with the Council on Foundations and with additional assistance from the Association of Small Foundations, launched a study of family foundations in 2008. The report, Perpetuity or Limited Lifespan: How do Family Foundations Decide?, presents the full range of study findings, which are based on survey responses from 1,074 family foundations. This brief summarizes key findings from the report.
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Title: Perpetuity or Limited Lifespan: How Do Family Foundations Decide? (Highlights)
Publication date 2009-04-01
Publication Year 2009
, Council on Foundations
North America / United States
, family foundations
, foundation center
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