United States International Grantmaking (USIG) is a project of the Council on Foundations in partnership with the International Center for Not-For-Profit Law. The USIG project facilitates effective and responsible international grantmaking by U.S. foundations.
Council on Foundations resource, Addressing the Impact of Currency Fluctuations on International Grantmaking, focuses on some of the challenges foundations and giving programs and their grantees face as a result of fluctuating currency exchange rates, and highlights various ways that U.S. grantmakers are dealing with them in their international grantmaking activities.
Is it legal to fund overseas? What are the tax implications involved? Does a lawyer need to be consulted? Learn the nuts and bolts of making an international grant. [more ...]
Created in partnership with the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law , this section describes the NGO legal framework in 35 countries to help U.S. grantmakers obtain translated legislative provisions relevant to an equivalency determination. [more ...]
To assist its members and the field with leadership and guidance on global disasters, the Council on Foundations compiles timely, crisis-specific resources and summarizes the philanthropic response.