Most foundations don’t have employees, but sometimes they wish they did! Philanthropy Sherpas can be your staff, providing as little or as much support as you desire.
You’re interested in funding a new issue area — ending hunger, or assisting low-income kids to succeed in college. Yet you don’t know the players or best practices. How do you start?
You wish you could get everyone on the same page to ensure your philanthropic work has the impact you want and have fun in the process. Philanthropy Sherpas can help you make this happen.
Learning and working together as a board can be difficult -- especially when it's family! Do you find yourself lonely and lost as the sole managing trustee of your family's foundation? Sometimes you struggle with what choices to make and wish you could just bounce an idea or two off someone.
The kids are old enough to join the foundation's board of trustees.Yet for some reason, it isn't working out as you'd hoped. Here's how to bring them on board.
Your trusted employee has just moved across the country and you're in a panic. Or you're thinking of hiring staff, but you aren't sure if that will work after years of doing things the same way. Philanthropy Sherpas can serve as interim staff and help you search for the best candidate.