Raising Money Through an Institutionally Related Foundation

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Timothy A. Reilley
Council for Advancement and Support of Education, 1985 - Education - 83 pages
The creation of foundations for fund raising at public colleges and new ideas and techniques for established foundations are discussed in 13 chapters. The relationship of the foundation and the institution is described from the viewpoint of the institution and also that of the foundation. Article titles and authors include: "How the Foundation Relates to the Nonprofit Organization" (Robert B. Rennebohm); "How a University Relates to Its Foundation" (Edwin Young); "State University-related Foundations" (Timothy A. Reilley); "The Foundation Board of Directors at the Public Institution" (Michael J. Worth); "Operating Policies for Institutionally Related Foundations" (Patricia P. Purcell); "Constituency-based Fund Raising Through an Institutional Foundation" (Charles G. McCord);"Legal Aspects of Foundations" (Donald Lemish); "Formulating Investment Policies for the Institutionally Related Foundation" (Lewis W. Barron); "Financing and Budgeting a Foundation" (Darrell D. Wyrick); "Multiple Foundations: Advantages and Problems" (George E. Moore); "The Community College Foundation" (Lynn M. Degerstedt); "The Health-Related Foundation" (David C. Lawrence); and "The Special-interest Foundation" (Dwight V. Roberts). (SW)

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How a University Relates to Its Foundation
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