Posts tagged to 'Next generation donors'

Fifteen Timeless Tips For Trustee Training and Succession

Posted by Jason C. Born on September 15, 2012

Year after year, one topic in family philanthropy rises to the top: inspiring, engaging, and preparing the next generation for leadership. Sooner or later, unless the board decides to spend down the endowment, board succession in family foundations is a matter of when, not if. Since its founding in...

What will really engage the next generation?

Posted by Sharna Goldseker on August 15, 2009

Sharna Goldseker, one of the country’s leading experts on next generation philanthropy, is vice president of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies in New York and directs 21/64, a division of the foundation specializing in next generation and multi-generational strategic philanthropy....

The Geraldine and Howard Polinger family foundation

Posted by Rebecca Zimmerman on August 11, 2009

One Foundation’s Plan for Embracing the Next Generation Lorre Polinger and her siblings are facing a common challenge in family foundations or funds: how to engage their combined nine children in the family’s philanthropy. Founded in 1968 by their parents, Geraldine and the late Howard Polinger, the...

The Tecovas foundation

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on June 18, 2008

A family foundation writes a new chapter of the family legacy after the deaths of its generous founder and two family trustees. “I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, went to Kent State University, and majored in history and political science,” says 25-year-old Mary Galeti, Vice Chair of the $11-million...

Encouraging young philanthropists, part two

Posted by Kevin Laskowski on January 15, 2008

Last month’s Family Giving News tackled the question of how today’s giving families encourage children to be generous. This month’s issue asks: how can charitable children become effective family philanthropists? How does a family prepare the next generation for possible roles as board members, fund...

Back to top