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Bruce DeBoskey

Bruce DeBoskey
Bruce DeBoskey, J.D., is a Colorado-based philanthropic adviser working with The DeBoskey Group to help businesses, foundations and families design and implement thoughtful philanthropic strategies and actionable plans. He is the President of the Colorado Philanthropic Advisors Network, a Teaching Fellow with Boston College's Center for Corporate Citizenship and a frequent keynote speaker at conferences on philanthropy. More information at www.deboskeygroup.com (http://www.deboskeygroup.com)

In Disheartening and Divisive Times, Philanthropy Can Spark Hope

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Philanthropy is inherently optimistic, reflecting the deeply held belief that we can have a positive impact on the lives of others as well as on stubborn societal issues. Through philanthropy, individuals can make a difference, promote change, and improve their communities.

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IRS Gets Behind PRIs With New Regulations

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With a PRI, a foundation lends to or invests its endowment assets in a nonprofit or for-profit entity in a way that furthers its mission. At the same time, the investment has the potential of providing a positive financial return to the foundation.

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Creating a “Safe Zone” With Family Philanthropy

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When it comes to communicating around money and values, many families face a significant challenge. Family philanthropy can be an important and safe area in which to commence a family conversation about money and values.

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Impact Investing Gets IRS Boost

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Impact investing allows philanthropists to make more progress toward their charitable missions by using the engine of their philanthropically committed capital, rather than only the fumes. The IRS has just made that easier.

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Five Lessons in Five Years

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Although philanthropy is a deeply personal and highly individualized endeavor, here are the top five broadly applicable lessons I've learned in the last five years.

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