Next generation engagement fosters their leadership, supports community engagement, and involves future generations of givers or successor advisors. Community foundations have a variety of models for next-gen engagement, which can allow donors to learn together, develop their personal giving goals, and network with peers. Community foundations are also well-positioned to teach next-generation donors about local community needs. Learn about different engagement models from your peers at the Princeton Area Community Foundation, the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, and Next Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP) at Triangle Community Foundation.
Caroline Kuebler is the Director of Development at the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, the largest…View Profile
Mike Nuno, CAP®, is the Senior Director of Philanthropy at the Princeton Area Community Foundation. He…View Profile