Posts tagged to 'Teenagers'

Junior Board Organizes Community Meet and Greet

Posted by Ana Gonzalez on September 12, 2018

Their Junior Board had been doing collaborative grantmaking for two years, but the community didn’t know them very well. A "Meet and Greet" would be the perfect opportunity to let the world of philanthropy in Laredo gather on a larger scale.

How do we work with our local community foundation to train young philanthropists?

Our family foundation would like to work with the local community foundation to set up a program that will help train younger philanthropists – both those in our family as well as other youth in the community. Do you have suggestions for models that others have used? Indeed we do!...

Millennials Can Change Family Foundations

Posted by Mark C. Callaway on November 14, 2017

"As a father and a trustee, it is important to me that I understand the millennial perspective. I spend a lot of time following the latest research on millennial beliefs and behaviors because I want to understand how specifically those beliefs impact their philanthropy, investments, and approach to being good citizens."

Finding the Slack: Millennials, Family Wealth, and Philanthropy

Posted by Katy Rees on October 6, 2017

As we continue to navigate the generational differences that face our society, I encourage you to explore a few insights from a millennial embracing her family’s wealth through philanthropy.

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Generational Differences in Family Philanthropy

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on July 11, 2017

Griping about generational differences has almost overtaken baseball as America's favorite pastime. At least, it can certainly feel that way!

Nurturing Lifelong Philanthropy: Inspiring Youth to Share Their Time, Talent, and Treasure

Posted by Jill Gordon on April 11, 2017

Let's take a moment to think about who introduced philanthropic behaviors in your life. Who inspired you to GIVE your time and help others? When did you begin to SERVE those around you? Why are you still ENGAGED in helping youth succeed?

Extending the Invitation: Non-Family Junior Board Members

Posted by Sahar Afrakhan on February 16, 2017

My friends who’ve inherited philanthropy as part of their family life have an amazing opportunity, but there’s little effort to extend an invitation outward. If we can involve our youth, then what’s stopping us?

Snow Day Survival Guide

Posted by Kylie Musolf and Rachel Ogorek on December 14, 2016

So you’re cooped up in the house for the day. You may be tempted to hand over the internet-enabled devices to keep your kids out of your hair for a few hours. You could do that, or you could check out this guide for simple activities to help your kids practice generosity.

Getting Back to the Basics: Lessons from Youth Giving

Posted by Kylie Musolf on November 21, 2016

Confession: I thought I knew everything there was to know about youth in philanthropy.

From Syria to San Diego: The Lawrence Welk Family Foundation Junior Board Grants $10,000 to Refugee Resettlement

Posted by Kylie Musolf and Lisa Parker on September 9, 2016

A simple internet search for “Syrian refugees” yields millions of results— a testament to how much press coverage and national attention the impact of Syria’s civil war has received in the United States. Lisa Parker, the president of LWFF, saw it as an opportunity for herself and her family to learn about the experiences of refugees when they come to the US.

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