What type of funding should community foundations consider to calculate their dues?

Community foundations may have designated funds, donor-advised, discretionary funding assets. Do we count all these assets?

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Community foundations only need to consider their discretionary or non-restricted funds to determine their annual membership dues. The Network recognizes that using discretionary funds to calculate membership dues is more appropriate and reflective of community foundation's specific needs and limitations.

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