Posts tagged to 'Next generation donors'

Where Does Authenticity Fit Within Our Giving Experience?

Posted by Wayne Green on July 19, 2018

In Jewish teen philanthropy programs, the importance of allowing teens to be their authentic selves, navigating their complexities and personal values provides an experience that builds their confidence and engagement.

Raising Charitable Children in Charitable Families

Posted by Ellen Sabin on June 7, 2018

The best way to empower the children you love is to help them embrace their ability to make a difference and help others. This gift will give them self-esteem, will build their character and will also create the next generation of givers!

Letting Kids Decide What it Means to Be “Green”

Posted by Ellen Sabin on April 10, 2018

Teaching children the importance of helping others and taking care of the world around them is an essential part of building character. It is also important to encourage children to think about what they want to do to make the world a better place so they can truly understand the power of their actions.

Adam Rockefeller Growald’s Secret to Success in the Boardroom

Posted by Kylie Musolf on March 19, 2018

For seasoned trustees: Are you preparing your young people for success?

How Are Millennials Different Than Other Donors?

Posted by Brady Josephson on December 26, 2017

Millennials tend to give more frequently, in small amounts, to more causes. And they also want, and expect, more communication about their donation. But beyond that, they want some opportunities to get their hands dirty.

4 Next Gen Engagement Tips from Ellie Frey Zagel

Posted by Kylie Musolf on November 30, 2017

At the 2017 National Forum on Family Philanthropy, Ellie Frey Zagel described herself as “the next gen of your nightmares: one who said she’d never return to live in the community where her family’s foundation was based.”

Invite Generations to Join in Family Giving

Posted by Dawn Franks on August 3, 2017

Family foundations are legally organized entities with specific rules, requirements and obligations. They have a board of directors commonly made up of family members. They are most often established in perpetuity, creating the eventual challenge of when and how to involve the next generation.

Time Horizon for Family Foundations: It’s Complicated

Posted by Mollie Bunis on July 20, 2017

In the unique context of family philanthropy, decisions related to time horizon are rarely as simple as an investment strategy decision.

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!

The Final Bells Have Rung, but Philanthropy is Always in Session

Posted by Kylie Musolf and Rachel Ogorek on June 28, 2017

School is out and summer has officially begun. It's every parent's annual conundrum: what are we going to do this summer? Swim lessons? Summer camp? A visit to grandma's house?

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