Posts tagged to 'Volunteering'

Making an Impact: Millenial Donors at the Calgary Foundation

Posted by Calgary Foundation on November 7, 2018

She may be just 18 years old, but Kinga Nolan’s concept of giving back to the community is well-ingrained in her world view. A science lover and passionate advocate for head injury awareness, Nolan is proof that millennials can be leaders in community engagement when given the right opportunities.

How to Start a Youth Philanthropy Program

Posted by Sheryl Seller on September 7, 2018

This blog provides those who aspire to start a youth philanthropy program with a timeline and things to consider along the journey to creating a democratic, diverse, inclusive, and equitable program.

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.

Speech to United States Conference of Mayors

Posted by La June Montgomery Tabron on September 14, 2017

W.K. Kellogg Foundation President and CEO La June Montgomery Tabron delivered the following speech on The Kellogg Foundation’s framework for Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT). This framework can help drive cities and communities forward and it will support the comprehensive equity agenda that the United States Conference of Mayors created.

Bringing Youth Philanthropy Home

Posted by Sammie Hozwarth on August 22, 2017

In 2015, Foundant partnered with Youth Philanthropy Connect on their trip across the United States as they hosted gatherings of youth philanthropists. This trip opened their eyes to the potential for success a program like this could have in their own community in Bozeman, Montana.

The Power of Investing in Volunteer Engagement

Posted by Jane Leighty Justis on June 26, 2017

As funders, we pay great attention to how potential grantees steward their financial resources, but do we pay equal attention to how they lead and manage their human resources? Volunteers are a vastly underutilized, yet virtually unlimited renewable resource. The need is urgent, the timing is critical, and the support is necessary.

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.

Raising the Next Generation of Givers, Doers, and Helpers

Posted by Beth Nowak on September 12, 2016

Helping others has not only become a significant part of who my children are and what they choose to do, but it now influences how we interact with each other and where we choose to spend our family time together.

Junior board in action: The Guadalupe and Lilia Martinez Foundation

Posted by Brendan Adams and Youth Philanthropy Connect on July 11, 2016

NCFP just returned from Youth Philanthropy Connect's (YPC) annual conference where we presented on our 2015 Trends Study in Family Philanthropy study. One of the members of the YPC leadership team, Brendan Adams, is featured below. Brendan and his cousin Nadia make up the Junior Board at the Guadalupe...

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