Individuals give more to charity than foundations by a factor of four to one. Yet individuals frequently undertake insufficient due diligence or follow-up. How can a philanthropy advisor help?
Private foundations are powerful vehicles for giving, but these entities are regulated in a range of ways that can be complicated.
Donor-advised funds are growing ever more popular. But a downside is that donors don't have full control of their money, as one couple learned the hard way.
A new charity scandal out of Nebraska reminds us that, with state watchdogs largely asleep when it comes to policing nonprofits, it's up to donors to do their own due diligence.