Illinois Case Study: Creating a Permanent Charitable Advisory Group

Source: 
Forum of Regional Association of Grantmakers

Date

2006

Case Study Sector

Management

The Illinois General Assembly passed groundbreaking legislation in 2001 to create the Charitable Advisory Council (CAC) as a permanent body to advise the Illinois Attorney General on issues related to charities and charitable giving in the state. In its first few years of operation, the CAC has had some clear success in helping the Attorney General’s Office understand, negotiate and raise awareness of the many issues involved in regulating and strengthening charitable organizations in Illinois.

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Keyword

  • Field Building

Region

  • Northern America

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