Any or all services can be tailored to meet the specific needs of the grantmaking organization. Available services include:
- Preparation of Mission Statement
- Training for next generation
- Assisting with the establishment of a grantmaking program (developing guidelines, processes/procedures for reviewing requests)
- Reviewing, evaluating and researching grant requests and preparing written reports on findings on a specific nonprofit or broad field of interest
- Customized grant proposals in area of interest
- Grant application review assistance
- Grant processing service
- Preparation of grant award and denial letters
- Grant tracking
- Post-grant evaluations
- Joint philanthropic venture opportunities
- Educational seminars
- Site visits to nonprofits
- Access to programmatic experts
- Identifying opportunities for collaboration with other funders
- Family meetings / board meetings
- Board meeting management services including preparation of agenda and minutes
- Organizing and staffing board and grant committee meetings
- Meeting space
- Document preparation
- Coordinate state and federal tax returns
- Handling day-to-day inquiries (via mail or telephone) from potential grant applicants
Public Relations Services
- Press release preparation and distribution
Some Private and Family Foundations in many cases find a fund at Greater Toledo Community Foundation useful.
What type of fund can one create for use with Private and Family Foundations? Click here to review Fund Types.
What type of gift options can one use to create a fund at Greater Toledo Community Foundation? Click here to review Gift Options.
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If you, your family members, a client or an organization you are involved with could benefit from Greater Toledo Community Foundation’s Center for Private and Family Foundations, please call Patrick Johnston, Vice President, Community Investments, at 419.241.5049 or email Patrick@toledocf.org.