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Valuing family AND strategy – leaders discuss strategic family philanthropy at #ncfp14

Posted by Virginia Esposito on May 28, 2014

I may not be a regular on Twitter, but when it comes to summarizing the first National Forum on Family Philanthropy held in Cambridge, Massachusetts from May 7-9, a sampling of tweets from leading family foundation members, trustees and prominent business, academic and philanthropic leaders who were in...

Welcoming our first Distinguished Fellow in Family Philanthropy

Posted by Virginia Esposito on May 28, 2014

Editor’s note: We are pleased to share NCFP President Virginia Esposito’s introductory remarks announcing our first Distinguished Fellow in Family Philanthropy at the National Forum. Read the official press release for more details. It is an incredible honor to be announcing the first Distinguished...

Susan Packard Orr on the legacy of her parents, David and Lucile Packard

Posted by Susan Packard Orr and Cole Wilbur on May 28, 2014

Editor’s note: the following is reprinted from Living the Legacy: The Value of a Family’s Philanthropy Across Generations, published by the National Center for Family Philanthropy in 1999. In a family foundation there is no question as to the importance of learning from the donors and carrying out...

Transparency in family foundations: The strength of glass pockets

Posted on May 28, 2014

Family foundations, by their very nature, are complex. With significant involvement of family members on the board and sometimes in operations as well, there can be layers of generations, widely divergent views and the need to preserve positive family relationships.  This complexity is a challenge but...

Karen Keating Ansara: “I’ll Have What She’s Having”

Posted by Karen Keating Ansara on May 28, 2014

Editor’s note: We are pleased to reprint Karen Ansara’s prepared comments (more than were spoken) from her conversation with Lowell Weiss, President, Cascade Philanthropy Advisors; William Campbell, Chair, Campbell Family Foundation and The End Fund; and Mario Morino, Morino Institute and Founding...

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...

Susan Packard Orr named first Distinguished Fellow in Family Philanthropy

BOSTON – The National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) today announced that Susan Packard Orr, Chair of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, is its first Distinguished Fellow in Family Philanthropy. The announcement was made at the first National Forum on Family Philanthropy, taking place...

The National Forum: A wicked awesome reunion

Posted by Mary Phillips on May 6, 2014

Cambridge, Massachusetts, synonymous with outstanding education, innovation, and youthful energy, was the perfect setting for the National Center for Family Philanthropy’s first Forum on Family Philanthropy earlier this month (#ncfp14). Family and friends gathered there from around the country to enjoy...

Welcome to the inaugural National Forum on Family Philanthropy

Posted by Virginia Esposito on April 29, 2014

Here at the National Center for Family Philanthropy, as spring continues to scratch and claw its way to the surface, we are eagerly awaiting and fastidiously preparing for our first-ever National Forum on Family Philanthropy to be held next week in Cambridge, MA. This inaugural Forum on Family...

Inspiration, revelation, and transformation: preparing for the first-ever National Forum on Family Philanthropy

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on April 29, 2014

Next week, 250 of the nation’s leading proponents and practitioners of family giving will gather at the National Forum on Family Philanthropy to celebrate, debate, and discuss the role and value of family involvement in private philanthropy. In small and intimate sessions, more than 65 speakers from...

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