Please note this webinar was originally scheduled to take place on January 16, it has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 25.
Family philanthropies are increasingly recognizing the power of inclusive and collaborative approaches to maximize their operations and impact—and to ensure that their philanthropy will bring more value to family members, grantees, community members, and others. This session will delve into innovative models, cutting-edge practices, and case studies that showcase how shared decision-making, inclusivity, and true partnerships can drive more effective and sustainable philanthropic strategies for families.
This webinar is part of the 21st-Century Governance series within the Fundamentals of Family Philanthropy webinar programming. Join us for part two on April 9, 21st-Century Governance Part Two: Strategically Using Partnerships and Collaborating for Systems Change, and part three on May 14, 21st-Century Governance Part Three: Family Philanthropies as Stewards of a Public Trust.
About this Series
The monthly Fundamentals of Family Philanthropy webinar series provides guidance on the core principles of effective family philanthropy—from motivations and values to governance, grantmaking, and succession. The series equips giving families with the latest information on evergreen topics in the donor lifecycle through practical takeaways and diverse family stories that illustrate important practices. Designed for seasoned practitioners and newcomers alike, the series is available to our Network Members and Network Partners.
For a refresher on this topic, watch previous Fundamentals webinars on governance.
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