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Donor intent

Robert H. Bork

Donor intent

by Robert H. Bork

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Published by Philanthropy Roundtable in Indianapolis, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charities -- Philosophy.,
  • Endowments -- Philosophy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert H. Bork, Waldemar Nielsen.
    SeriesThe Philanthropic prospect
    ContributionsNielsen, Waldemar A., Philanthropy Roundtable.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV25 .B67 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. ;
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1156410M
    LC Control Number94132992

    7 Recent Donor Intent Cases Princeton sued for misusing gift to prepare graduate students for careers in foreign service JHU dispute over development of farm property Ipswitch public schools: Sale of property in deviation from terms of a year-old charitable trust that provided “for euer sayd land not to. Across Generations: A Five-Step Guide for Creating an Expression of Donor Intent. Look inside the book. By Susan Turnbull and Amy Zell Ellsworth. A great tool to initiate and structure conversation or to craft a written statement of intent.

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 23 cm + 1 executive summary (8 pages ; 23 cm) Contents: The Rockefeller legacy --Undermining donor intent --Preserving donor intent --A legal history of donor intent --What donors can sibility.   Donor intent is a long-established legal (and we would say moral) principle that when a charitable gift is given for a specific purpose it must be used for that purpose only.

      Princeton and Robertson Family Settle Donor-Intent Dispute By Ben Gose Princeton University will pay $million, plus legal fees, to foundations controlled by heirs of a major donor to the institution, in a settlement agreement that ends a closely watched lawsuit over how strictly nonprofit institutions must adhere to a donor’s : Ben Gose.   A new book by a fund-raising consultant is highly critical of Princeton University’s handling of what was once the largest donation it ever received – a gift that became the center of high-profile donor intent lawsuit 40 years later.


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Abusing Donor Intent: The Robertson Family's Epic Lawsuit Against Princeton University [White, Doug] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Abusing Donor Intent: The Robertson Family's Epic Lawsuit Against Princeton University/5(16).

donor intent, nonprofits must focus on their gift policies and procedures, including their gift Donor intent book, especially the long-term ones. Stay tuned to this space to learn more about donor rights and intent, so you can ensure that your nonprofit organization stays on the right side of your brand and perhaps, even the : Paul D'alessandro.

Protecting Donor Intent: How to Define and Safeguard Your Philanthropic Donor intent book. Philanthropy Roundtable, Sullivan, Patrick. "Bankrupt But Endowed: Donor Intent Contracts Are Key to How Funds Are Liquidated." Exempt, Spring For more great reviews, visit Off the Shelf.

Preserving donor intent requires focus and hard work. Without that, it's easy to drift, and there are foundations that have.

We do this through our website, printed materials, and an extensively researched book documenting Bill’s life and his direction to us. Videos and other biographical information about Bill's life and values are.

The Great Philanthropists and the Problem of "Donor Intent" testifies to the continuing importance of the issue of donor intent. In this third edition, Capital Research Center Visiting Fellow Martin Morse Wooster offers a fascinating overview of the founding fathers of American philanthropy.

He examines the entrepreneurship and charity of 4/5(2). Abusing Donor Intent book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It was the largest one-time amount—$35 million—anyone had ever /5. The Great Philanthropists and the Problem of "Donor Intent" by Martin Morse Wooster.

Chapter four in this landmark book provides “A Legal History of Donor Intent,” beginning with medieval disputes over church property and ending with suggestions for donors drawn from modern case law. "Charity Begins at Home, but Must It Stay There?".

Taking steps to protect donor intent is thus essential both to the success of your personal undertakings and to the integrity of our charitable system. Well-articulated and faithfully observed donor intent is what establishes the culture and effectiveness of your foundation.

It will pay dividends now and in the future. Donor intent can be preserved in a perpetual foundation, and I have six case studies in my book, with the Hilton Foundation and the Daniels Fund being outstanding examples. In philanthropy, donor intent is the purpose, sometimes publicly expressed, for which a philanthropist intends a charitable gift or intent is most often expressed in gift restrictions, terms, or agreements between a donor and donee, but it may also be expressed separately in the words, actions, beliefs, and giving practices of a philanthropist.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Abusing Donor Intent: The Robertson Familyy by Doug White at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The Great Philanthropists and the Problem of “Donor Intent” examines this perennial problem in philanthropy.

In this new revised edition, Capital Research Center Visiting Fellow Martin Morse Wooster offers a fascinating overview of the founding fathers of American philanthropy.

Donor intent can be preserved in a perpetual foundation, and I have six case studies in my book, with the Hilton Foundation and the Daniels Fund being outstanding examples. But without strenuous effort, mission drift in a foundation is inevitable, and in many cases it leads to liberals taking over control of an organization created by someone.

White (philanthropy & fundraising, Columbia Univ.; The Art of Planned Giving) provides an accessible review of the complex chain of events mixed with telling observations on the key actors in the proceedings. He looks at the law, its practical application, and other select cases in Pages: Expressions of Donor Intent What is an expression of donor intent.

It is a non-binding letter or recording created to share your motivations, hopes and goals with heirs, successor trustees and/or beneficiaries of your philanthropy in a direct, personal and enduring way.

These and other questions sit at the center of Martin Morse Wooster’s book, How Great Philanthropists Failed and You Can Succeed at Protecting Your Legacy. Wooster’s monograph is a thorough look at fourteen philanthropic trusts, nine of which he argues violate donor intent and five of which succeed in preserving it.

A popular notion among academic commentators is that strict adherence to donor intent leads to the inefficient use of funds by charitable foundations.() Their basic argument is that charitable trust law allows a donor to specify how her foundation's funds will be administered throughout the life of the foundation,() and since a foundation.

Abusing Donor Intent | It was the largest one-time amount $35 million anyone had ever donated to benefit a university. The Robertsons were specific about the way the money was to be used. It was intended to help Princeton s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs focus on sending its graduates into those areas of the federal government concerned with international : Paragon House Publishers.

The Great Philanthropists and the Problem of "Donor Intent" Foundations Built with the Fortunes of Laissez-Faire Advocates Have Been Subverted Friday, October 1, George C. Leef. According to a book titled The Right Guide and its companion volume, The Left Guide, funding for the various organizations that promote the expansion of.

Book Review: 'Abusing Donor Intent' by Doug White The Robertson family gave millions to ensure more Princeton grads would work in government.

When they didn't, the Robertsons sued. To minimize risk and maximize reward, the notion of donor control continues to gain ground, with the principle of donor intent as a benchmark for directing donee action. Conditional gifts are, of course, a feature of wider social life, reminding recipients of the donor’s expressed or nascent power.Capital Research Center (CRC) was established in to promote a better understanding of charity and philanthropy.

We support the principles of individual liberty, a free market economy and limited constitutional government: These are the cornerstones of American society. Philanthropy Horror Stories: Donor Intent Gone Wrong 30 October ; by: DonorsTrust in: Donor Intent,Philanthropy,Strategic Giving,Sunsetting note: no comments At DonorsTrust, one of the scariest things we see is when a donor fails to set guidelines around their giving, leading to a steady drift away from the donor’s principles after their death.