This program is a part of the Legal Series from our PNY Core:
- November 17 – Legal Series - Within the Law and Outside the Box (Series Launch)
- January 25 – Ask Charities Bureau Chief Sheehan Your Questions
- February 16 – Legal Series - London’s Calling! So is Syria, Sudan, North Korea… Best Practices in International Grantmaking
- April 19 – Legal Series - Self-Dealing and Conflicts of Interest
- May 5 – Legal Series - Investing in People: Making Grants to Individuals
What do you get when you pair a grants management professional and a general counsel? A lively discussion about best practices in international grantmaking, of course! No passport or foreign language experience required.
Join us to learn about how to navigate the legal and programmatic issues in making grants outside the United States. The presenters will include an associate general counsel of a private foundation who will walk through the legal requirements under the Internal Revenue Code, as well as touch on other issues such as OFAC compliance. An experienced grants management professional will present a series of case studies of recent grants to explore best practices, providing an insight on the rewarding experience of international grantmaking.
Watch live stream here:
(Registration not required)
- Equivalency determinations for non-US entities
- Expenditure responsibility rules
- Licensing from the Office of Foreign Asset (OFAC)
- Successes and challenges of international grantmaking through case studies
- Colette Haider, Associate General Counsel, Ford Foundation
- Nicole Howe Buggs, Associate Corporate Secretary and Director, Grants Management, Carnegie Corporation of New York
All interested funders.
8:45 - 9:00 AM Check-in
9:00 - 11:00 AM Program
Registration is required by February 15th.
Members: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please log in and click the Register Now link above. (no fee)
Non-Member Funders: Create an account or log in above and click the Register Now link. ($150 fee)