Approaches to 'doing charity' over the last decade demonstrate a marked increase in the use of non-501(c)(3) modes. These include: (c)(4) social welfare organizations, for-profit subsidiaries, joint ventures, and for-profit 'hubs'. This session will present the advantages and disadvantages of these and other alternative modes and note how they are affected by federal and state law.
Understand why traditional philanthropic models have been seen as confining
Compare the alternative options' ability to: meet donor priorities; effectuate operational efficiencies, maximize mission; and facilitate flexibility
Principal (ERB LLC) / Of Counsel (Harmon Curran),
Eve Rose Borenstein LLC (training/speaking) / Harmon Curran Spielberg & Eisenberg LLP (legal practice)