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With Naming Gifts, 'Perpetuity' Is a Matter of Negotiation

Nonprofits and cultural institutions have often raised large gifts by offering perpetual naming rights to their build...

Nonprofits and cultural institutions have often raised large gifts by offering perpetual naming rights to their buildings in exchange for financial support. Perpetuity has now become "a matter of negotiation" according to attorney William D. Zabel, which allows organizations to garner additional financial benefits after the terms of the original agreement expire. Continue reading here.

With Naming Gifts, "Perpetuity" Is a Matter of Negotiation, November 27, 2014, New York Times, by Sam Roberts

 

Philanthropy's New Release

Understanding this new wealth and its philanthropic leanings continues to be the subject of great interest overall, b...

Understanding this new wealth and its philanthropic leanings continues to be the subject of great interest overall, but especially in light of this region's two realities: escalating wealth and steadfast poverty. Many feel that a place with this much wealth should be closer to tackling its local social problems. So it begs the question: Who are these new donors? How do they think? Continue reading here.

Philanthropy's New Release, December 2, 2014, Stanford Social Innovation Review, by Kimberly Dasher Tripp

 

Elderly Housing

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has released a webinar highlighting certain provisions in ...

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has released a webinar highlighting certain provisions in the recently published Supportive Housing and Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities: Implementing Statutory Reforms Proposed Rule. Click here to learn more about the proposed rule and listen to the webinar.