- Using a broad group of family and independent foundations from a representative sample of Georgia foundations, the authors examined differences in giving patterns between family and independent foundations.
- Findings confirm the result of previous work that studied large foundations.
- There are no substantial differences between family and independent foundations’ preferences even when controlling for a nonprofit’s location and size.
- These findings are relevant for discussions about the role of non-family members on boards.
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