Navigating Family Philanthropy Trends
Monday 3:00-4:15 CDT Breakout Session
You’ve developed a portfolio of donor-advised funds that will engage families in the future. But will those families’ expectations and goals be the same in 10 or 20 years? At this session, you’ll:
- Gain insights on family philanthropy trends gleaned from the National Center for Family Philanthropy’s recent Trends Survey and other sources.
- Learn about existing tools by NCFP and its partners to help you prepare staff and donors for those trends, even if you currently have limited staff capacity.
Speakers – Tony Macklin and Neil Sumilas (bios below)
Network Member-Only Meeting
Tuesday 3:15-5:00 CDT
A gathering of staff from the subscribers to NCFP’s Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network. Attendees will be involved in peer problem-solving conversations and prototyping new tools for the Network.
Facilitators – Tony Macklin and Neil Sumilas (bios below)
Adnet Happy Hour
Tuesday 5:30-7:00 CDT
Open to all Adnet conference attendees.
Effective Relationship Management and Stewardship with Philanthropic Families
Wednesday 10:30-11:30 CDT
Developing and sustaining trusting relationships with philanthropic families can be a more complex process than typical donor relations work. Family dynamics, geographic dispersion, deaths and divorces, and other issues can throw unexpected curves into their work through donor-advised funds and other tools. In this session, we’ll share effective practices from community foundations and family foundations for staffing, deepening, and evaluating productive relationships with philanthropic families.
Speakers – Robyn Schein and Jennifer Touchet; Facilitator – Tony Macklin
Jennifer Touchet is the Vice President of Personal & Family Philanthropy at the Greater Houston Community…View Profile
Robyn Schein is an expert facilitator, speaker and trainer on multigenerational and next generation philanthropy. She…View Profile