Family Philanthropy: Tying Grantmaking Practices to Shared Values

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Connecting values to practice is key in family philanthropy — shared values can help family givers develop a grantmaking strategy that ties their vision and mission to real impact. As your family considers its own philanthropic strategy, how do you begin to think about your values and put them into practice? Through this co-designed webinar, join NCFP and PEAK Grantmaking to learn more about the first Principle for Peak Grantmaking: Tie Practices with Values and hear examples from family voices in NCFP’s network that have worked diligently to tie their own family values to their grantmaking.

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Ashley Clark

A passionate believer in philanthropy’s potential to promote equity and social justice, Ashley Clark (she/her) brings…

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Kerry McHugh

Kerry McHugh is the Program Officer for The Helen J. Serini Foundation, named after her grandmother,…

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Katy Rees

Katy Rees is the Foundation Leadership at The Moniker Foundation: a private, family foundation based in…

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Melissa Sines

Melissa Sines is Programs and Knowledge Director at PEAK Grantmaking. This position leads PEAK Grantmaking’s work…

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