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Podcast & Paper: The Over Distribution Impact on Private Foundations

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By Quanda Allen, First Vice President, SunTrust Foundations & Endowments Specialty Practice

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There are situations where over distribution makes sense for foundations and endowments looking to support organizations or causes that align with their mission. Chronic over distribution however, can deplete an institution’s assets and weaken its investment power. Quanda Allen, First Vice President of Foundations & Endowments for SunTrust Bank, outlines several strategies foundations can use to balance their spending against their long-term financial needs.

There are situations where over distribution makes sense for foundations and endowments looking to support organizations or causes that align with their mission. Chronic over distribution however, can deplete an institution’s assets and weaken its investment power. Quanda Allen, First Vice President of Foundations & Endowments for SunTrust Bank, outlines several strategies foundations can use to balance their spending against their long-term financial needs.

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