Women and Money—A Path to Gender Equality
Hawthorn, PNC Center for Financial Insight

Throughout their lives, many women will probably face a number of circumstances unique to their gender, and each with financial implications.

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.

Private Family Foundations Annual Governance Checklist
Hawthorn, PNC Center for Financial Insight

The fun and rewarding activities of a family foundation center around determining the causes and organizations the foundation will support.

Donor Advised Funds and Private Foundations: A Comparison of Key Features
Hawthorn, PNC Center for Financial Insight

Two common charitable giving vehicles are donor advised funds (DAFs) and private foundations. A DAF is an account housed in and governed by a public charity.

Thrive at Five: The Secrets of Long-Term Family Philanthropy
National Center for Family Philanthropy

If you are a newer family foundation with one or two generations on the board, five generations may seem like a long time away.

Family Wealth Advisors Insights
Bank of the West

There is great responsibility when serving the ultra-high net worth clients, especially those who are concerned about the successful transfer of their wealth and/or business, as well as preserving

The Giving Journey: Guiding New Donors to Actualized Philanthropy
Open Impact

The field of philanthropy has primarily been built around the more tactical aspects and the how of giving while taking the why for granted.

Impact Investing: Seeking Measurable Social and Environmental Benefits While Pursuing Financial Return
Ascent Private Capital Management

Impact investments can be made in all corners of the world, in frontier and emerging markets, developed economies and our local neighborhoods.

Family Ties: Multigenerational Family Foundation Board Engagement
Surdna Foundation and Center for Effective Philanthropy

When John E.

Philanthropy in a Time of Disaster—Preparing, Responding, Recovering
U.S. Trust Family Office

Because disasters—hurricanes, earthquakes, wild fires, epidemics, large-scale acts of terrorism—touch every facet of life, and all corners of the world, all donors have opportunities to respond to