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Podcast: Creating an Endowment Spending Policy

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

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Establishing an effective spending policy for a foundation or endowment means balancing current and future needs. Listen to this podcast for best practices for creating a sustainable spending policy that serves your institutional mission.

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