The National Center for Family Philanthropy is building an interactive venue where solution providers, topic experts, advisors and non-profit groups will have greater opportunities to showcase their expertise and programs to the senior-level decision makers in the family philanthropy sector.

Whether you’re an investment firm or a family office, a philanthropic consultant or research group, a grantmaking technology provider, an accounting, legal or tax firm, an educational organization, a national or regional association, or if you have programs that family donors will recognize as great funding opportunities, the National Center for Family Philanthropy can provide you with the perfect forum to reach the key decision makers in the family philanthropy sector.

Included here is a description of initial offerings that are being rolled out as sponsorship and program opportunities for now and into 2010. Stay tuned as more programs are announced later this year!

For more information about any of these opportunities please contact Kirkland Hamill at 202-293-3424 or kirkland@ncfp.org



The first recorded mention of the word from which "philanthropy" is derived occurs in the play Prometheus Bound, written around 430 BCE by the Greek tragedian Aeschylus.  It refers to the Titan Prometheus' "love of humanity" that drove him to steal fire from the gods and give it to humans.