Creating and administering an endowed scholarship seems simple enough: A charity accepts a gift, administers it as an endowment, and uses the annual draw to pay tuition of students. In practice, endowed scholarships must comply with a number of legal rules, so a charity that administers a scholarship fund must be sure that it is properly structured and that the donor understands how it will work.
In this session, Sheryl Morrison and Jennifer Reedstrom Bishop will address many questions:
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