The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
Family philanthropy is rooted in the act of collective decision making—one that is often codified in a formal governance structure. But what is governance and how can a family adopt its framework to effectively guide their philanthropy? Governance consists of three elements—principles, policies, and practices—that define who makes decisions and how decisions are made. Families that are intentional about developing a governance framework are better prepared for decision making and can work more collaboratively together.
- Effective governance structures
- The principles, policies, and practices necessary to ensure effective governance
- How governance can support collaborative work
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
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