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Celebrating the Voices of New Generations for 20 Years
National Center for Family Philanthropy
Hear from Monica about her grandmother's influence encouraging the new, third generation to get involved and bring their own voices to the table. Monica, now president of the Conant Family
Celebrating Your Person
National Center for Family Philanthropy
Kelly and Isabel talk about how "finding their person" guided them along their philanthropic journey. In this family, each generation encourages the next by engagement, mentorship, and resilient
Celebrating Your Family's Greatest Gifts in Life for 20 Years
National Center for Family Philanthropy
Jennifer Mizrahi shares how her family's philanthropy has evolved since they experienced a stunning moment of surprise in their own giving journey. Hear more about how this family's foundation makes
Celebrating What "Family" Means to You
National Center for Family Philanthropy
In family philanthropy we have the choice in how we define "family." In the case of the Quixote Foundation, family is defined as the people who are at the table because they care about each other and
Giving Across Generations: How to Engage Multiple Generations in Family Philanthropy
Many families talk about their desire to engage the next generation in family philanthropy and struggle with determining the right time to involve the next generation and how best to prepare them for
Family Culture: Creating a Resilient Family Tree
National Center for Family Philanthropy
Family connectedness, not money, has the greatest influence on multi-generational family continuity. But when many think about legacy, it’s often in the context of multi-generational financial
Successful Generations Podcast: Engaging Your Family in Family Philanthropy
National Center for Family Philanthropy
The question Virginia “Ginny” Esposito, Founder of the National Center for Family Philanthropy, gets asked the most, is “How can I engage my family in philanthropy?” In this
Tandem Use of Private Foundations and Donor Advised Funds
Hemenway & Barnes
Much has been written comparing the administrative, financial and programmatic criteria of private foundations and donor advised funds (“DAF”). It is often presented as an “either/
Tax Reform and Philanthropy: Exploring Why and How You Give
Hawthorn, PNC Center for Financial Insight
For the majority of Americans, the tax overhaul has altered or reduced many of the financial incentives for making charitable donations. But charitable giving is rarely driven solely by the desire to
Cyber Loss Mitigation for Directors
Dan A. Bailey, Esq., Bailey Cavalieri and Chubb Personal Risk Services
Cyber risk has become a major potential loss exposure for almost any company. As with any other exposure, directors should confirm that reasonable steps are taken to identify, mitigate, respond to,