Achieve Podcast: Building Awareness and Attention for Social Causes

Posted by Derrick Feldmann and Stacey Faella on March 8, 2018

Listen to Woodcock Foundation’s Executive Director Stacey Faella in conversation with Achieve’s President Derrick Feldmann about building awareness and attention for social causes.

Social Impact Culture: Three Strategies to Help Your Family Foundation Connect With the Next Generation

Posted by Exponent Philanthropy on March 6, 2018

How does today’s social impact culture affect the way you engage your children and grandchildren in your family’s philanthropy? That’s a question many trustees of America’s 42,000 family foundations are asking themselves as they look more closely at strategies to fulfill community passions, conduct responsible grantmaking, and inspire a philanthropic legacy for the next generation.

Impact Investing and Donor Advised Funds: Guidance for the Savvy Donor

Posted by David A. Levitt on March 1, 2018

Donor advised funds (DAFs) can prove to be a useful tool for impact investing, provided that donors and their advisors are aware of certain points before making these investments.

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

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on February 28, 2018

Friends Focus highlights updates from members of our Friends of the Family network and their cutting edge work. This month features updates from the John Templeton Foundation; the Hyde Foundation; the Hill-Snowdon Foundation; the Nord Family Foundation; the McGowan Fund; the Surdna Foundation and the Andrus Family Fund.

Thrive at Five: Families Sharing Stories

Posted by Elaine Gast Fawcett on February 27, 2018

If you are a newer family foundation with one or two generations on the board, five generations may seem like a long time away. Yet in family philanthropy, quite a few foundations have been operating and thriving, for 50, 75, even 100 years. What’s the secret of these family philanthropies that make it five generations or more? How do they stay united over time, over generations, and across family branches? How do they successfully attract and engage younger family members?

The Right Kind of Tears

Posted by Leap Ambassadors Community on February 26, 2018

Lowell Weiss and Jennifer Hoos Rothberg, executive director of the Einhorn Family Charitable Trust, continue their longstanding dialogue about how funders can pay careful heed–not just lip service–to what their grantees need for improving performance.

Foundations Engaging in Policy: Not an Option But an Obligation

Posted by John Mullaney on February 21, 2018

Shaping policy that influences and shapes what government does cannot and should not be relegated to nonprofits acting by themselves or to individuals in town hall meetings. Grantmakers have a powerful voice to contribute to these deliberations.

Blockchain Explained: Risks And Opportunities For Philanthropy

Posted by Nick Hamlin on February 20, 2018

Blockchain for philanthropy comes with risks and opportunities. Nick Hamlin of GlobalGiving explains its technical, social, and ethical implications.

Successful Generations Podcast: Raising Kids with Generous Genes

Posted by Ellie Frey Zagel and Susan Crites Price on February 16, 2018

In this episode, Susan and I discuss when to start engaging little ones in giving, family volunteering, role modeling, helping children find their philanthropic voice and much more!

How to Walk the Talk When You’re Walking with Others

Posted by Victor Gongora on February 14, 2018

PEAK Grantmaking has been taking a look at how grantmakers can better align their grantmaking practices to their values through our Walk the Talk initiative.

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