Friends Focus Posts

News and notes from NCFP's Friends of the Family network

Friends Focus highlights updates from members of our Friends of the Family network and their cutting edge work. This month features updates from The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation; The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation; The Community Foundation Initiative and The Greater Houston Community Foundation.

News and notes from NCFP's Friends of the Family network

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on March 29, 2017

Friends Focus highlights updates from members of our Friends of the Family network and their cutting edge work. This month features updates from Siragusa Family Foundation; The Nord Family Foundation; The McKinney Family Foundation; The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation; Apex Foundation and The Philanthropic Initiative.

News and notes from NCFP's Friends of the Family network

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on February 1, 2017

Friends Focus highlights updates from members of our Friends of the Family network and their cutting edge work. This month features updates from The Wilson Foundation; Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund; The Dean & Margaret Lesher Foundation; The McKnight Foundation; William G. McGowan Charitable Fund; and J.M. Kaplan Fund.

News and notes from NCFP's Friends of the Family network

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on January 5, 2017

Friends Focus highlights updates from members of our Friends of the Family network and their cutting edge work. This month features updates from Charles Stewart Mott Foundation; Carlson Family Foundation; Raikes Foundation; S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation; Robins Foundation; Tarsadia Foundation; Flora Family Foundation; Hyde Family Foundation; The Clowes Fund; and Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation.

Success Like This Could Hit the Small Time: Replicating a Global Philanthropic Networking Model in Detroit

Posted by Douglas Bitonti Stewart on November 18, 2016

We usually think of scale as an escalator that moves in only one direction: up. Things start small and local and, if they succeed, they grow to be large and global. Sometimes scale can work in reverse — by taking a global idea or model and giving it a new application on the local level.

Resolutions and Predictions from Our Extended Family

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on January 15, 2011

Family Giving News asked members of the National Center’s Friends of the Family Program to share their predictions, resolutions and trends for 2011 and beyond. Below are selected responses… Do you have a prediction, resolution or trend that you’d like to share with the Family Giving News readership?...

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