Introduction: Understanding the 3Rs of Successful Cross-border Giving —Ted Hart
Chapter One: The Thriving Ecosystem of International Philanthropy —Adam Pickering
Chapter Two: Unite and Conquer! Giving in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) —Heather Grady
Chapter Three: Ethics in International Grantmaking —Patricia Rosenfield
Chapter Four: Mechanisms for International Grantmaking —Beth Kingsley
Chapter Five: Tools for Direct International Grantmaking: Expenditure Responsibility (ER) —John Bennett & David Shevlin
Chapter Six: Tools for Direct International Grantmaking: Equivalency Determination (ED) —David Shevlin & John Bennett
Chapter Seven: Vetting International Charities —Jessie Krafft
Chapter Eight: US Financial Transaction Laws and Their Impact on International Grantmaking —Kay Guinane & Nancy Herzog
Chapter Nine: Responsible Giving: The International Grantmakers’ Perspective —Jane Peebles
Chapter Ten: Monitoring and Impact Measurement —David Pritchard
Chapter Eleven: Preparing for an Audit —Victoria Bjorklund
Chapter Twelve: Donor Perspectives
Part 1: High Net Worth Individuals and Families as Global Donors —Susan Winer & Betsy Brill
Part 2: Corporations as Donors —Deirdre White & Amanda MacArthur
Edited by Ted Hart, President and CEO of CAF America and Kinga Ile, Vice President of Thought Leadership
Published by Charity Channel Press
What others are saying about
The Chronicle of Philanthropy recommended
Cross-Border Giving: A Legal and Practical Guide in its “New and Classic Fundraising Books” list.
Charity and Security Network wrote about Cross-Border Giving and the input from their very own Kay Guinane on C&SN’s website.
Author Spotlight – Kay Guinane on US Financial Transaction Laws.
Author Spotlight – Victoria Bjorklund on Preparing for an Audit.