Posts tagged to 'Youth philanthropy'

The next generation reinvigorates philanthropy

Posted by Mark Larimer on May 28, 2014

One of the most important trends people were talking about at the National Forum on Family Philanthropy was the engagement and involvement of youth (ages 8+) during the grantmaking process. In many ways, it represents the future of grantmaking and how the younger generation’s view of philanthropy will...

Postitive Tracks: A Story of Generation Next Philanthropy

Posted by Gioia C. Perugini and Nini Meyer on January 15, 2014

Much has been written about the “next generation” and its integration into family philanthropy.  How will they get involved?  Will their philanthropic initiatives look different than those of their parents and grandparents?  What tools and resources can help them be most effective?...

Philanthropy Meets the "Always On" Generation

Posted by Susan Crites Price on October 15, 2013

Family and community foundations that want to engage youth in grantmaking need to adapt to  a new generation of kids, many of whom have already gone digital with their philanthropy. Dubbed the “Always On” Generation, today’s young people have discovered they can do good in the world without going...

The Tracy Family Foundation on next gen boards

Posted by Tracy Family Foundation on August 15, 2013

The National Center for Family Philanthropy and Youth Philanthropy Connect, a program of the Frieda C. Fox Foundation, have teamed up on the release of our latest Passages Issue Brief entitled, “Igniting the Spark: Creating Effective Next Generation Boards.” This month’s Voices from the Field column...

Being a (next gen) leader

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on July 25, 2013

"I have learned a lot about how to be a leader; this means learning how to set goals and deadlines and meet them, what to do when you don't, how to work patiently with other people, how to ask for what you want without being demanding, what it means to run a meeting (create bylaws, appoint a secretary...

Igniting the Spark: What Is a Next Gen Board and Why Do Family Foundations Use Them?

Posted by Kevin Laskowski , Katie Marcus Reker and Annie Hernandez on June 15, 2013

By Kevin Laskowski, Annie Hernandez, and Katie Marcus Reker Part 1 of 2 The National Center for Family Philanthropy and Youth Philanthropy Connect, a program of the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, have teamed up on the release of our latest Passages Issue Brief entitled, “Igniting the Spark: Creating...

Who are the next generation of major donors?

Posted by Michael Moody and Sharna Goldseker on February 15, 2013

Editor’s Note: This month’s issue of Family Giving News features an overview of the results of the exciting new study conducted by our colleagues at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy and 21/64. To download the full report, please go to www.nextgendonors.org. Please note that the Next Gen Study is...

What are easy ways to involve my children in giving this year?

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on January 15, 2013

Editor’s Note: Many families anticipating a generational board change ask the National Center for Family Philanthropy how to involve the next generation in their giving as they are getting ready to ascend to the board. Many families have begun to ask about easy ways to involve their children in...

Fast friends... Linking youth from foundation junior boards

Posted by Susan Crites Price on November 15, 2010

Eleven-year-old Kylie of the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation is a veteran grantmaker, having served on the junior board of her family’s foundation since age 8. But unlike the adults on her family’s foundation board, who can meet peers at grantmaker meetings and conferences, Kylie had no kids to compare...

Training the youngest philanthropists

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on February 15, 2010

At the recent Council on Foundations Family Foundation Conference in San Diego, a new book by a father and teenage daughter sold out in minutes. In The Power of Half (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books 2010), Kevin and Hannah Salwen share the engrossing story of their family’s decision to sell their...

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