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While little is certain about the future of giving, one trend is clear: the diversity of voices active in family philanthropy will reflect the increasing diversity of society at large. What are the emerging trends in this area, and how can existing family philanthropies network with and promote increased and effective giving among a new generation of diverse donors and families? How can diverse donors learn from multi-generational family foundations, and vice versa? And how does the engagement of diverse voices enhance the field of family philanthropy, and the work of locally and regionally-focused family foundations and funds? Join this discussion with leaders and new donors in this movement, including a discussion of the D5 Coalition, a national alliance dedicated to increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in philanthropy. See the video below for additional information.

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Deborah Santana

Deborah Santana is an author, philanthropist, activist for peace and social justice, and founder of Do…

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Judy Belk

Judy Belk serves as Senior Vice President for Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) overseeing the agency’s three…

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Vic De Luca

Victor De Luca has been the president of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation since 2000. Established…

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Because the list of presenters included photographs, I knew that gender and racial (black, white, and Latino/a) diversity would be addressed. I was delighted that they also addressed intergenerational and international diversity.


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