Low-profit Limited Liability Companies: A For-Profit with a Non-profit Soul

Cass Brewer, a partner at Morris, Manning & Martin, explains the nuts and bolts of the low-profit limited liability company (L3C), which is a cross between a non-profit and a for-profit. It is a new form of business enterprise that is specifically designed to further a socially beneficial mission and, in the right circumstances, can qualify as a program-related investment for foundations.


How to Score a Site Visit Touchdown

Professionals from the William J. and Dorothy K. O 'Neill Foundation, The Saint Luke 's Foundation, Deaconess Community Foundation and Nordson Corporation Foundation engage in a panel conversation discussing ways to improve your playbook and give your team the edge for scoring a Site Visit Touchdown.


Budgeting for Those Who Would Rather Not

Elaine Luttrull, Director of Financial Analysis at The Juilliard School, lays out the "Who, What, When, Where, Why" of budgeting for nonprofits. This presentation was presented in collaboration with the Arts and Business Council of New York.


Management Finances

Bay Area Arts Grantmaking in a Time of Change

Panelists describe their funding priorities, share current regional arts funding trends, and reflect on best practices for approaching foundations for support during challenging economic times.