By Ken Nopar, VP-Senior Philanthropic Advisor
By Kirk Hoopingarner, Attorney & Partner, Quarles & Brady, Chicago
For many years, donors have utilized private grant making foundations for charitable giving. Organized as either trusts or corporations, such entities have served as a means for making substantial tax deductible contributions while spreading out the actual contributions to charities over many years.
by Gavin Morrissey, JD, LLM, AIF®