Trends in Family Philanthropy: Identity, Leadership, and the Future of Family Philanthropy

What are the key governance and grantmaking issues facing family foundation boards and staff in the 21st Century? What trends exist with regards to engaging the next generation, supporting grantees, and planning for perpetuity? And what are the implications of these trends for those in the field? Join this special conversation with NCFP President Ginny Esposito and leaders from the research team for NCFP’s new Trends in Family Philanthropy initiative.

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Featured Speakers

Ginny Esposito

Virginia M. Esposito

Virginia M. Esposito, is the founding president of the National Center for Family Philanthropy. In January…

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Elizabeth T. Boris

Elizabeth T. Boris became the founding director of the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the…

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Alice Buhl

Alice Buhl

Alice Buhl served as Senior Fellow to the National Center for Family Philanthropy from 2004 to…

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What others have said...

The speakers/presenters were very insightful and thought provoking. Our family foundation is dealing with many of these issues and experiencing a lot of these challenges and this NCFP webinar really hit the nail on the head! Thank you for providing family foundations with the tools to move forward through the challenges we face.

MJ Ippolito Alvarado, Board Member, Ippolito Charitable Foundation

This webinar MORE than met my expectations. I came away with great ideas for how the families with whom I work can benefit from this material, and ideas for how to further the conversation.  Thank you so much for you do for us!

Ginni Galicinao, Founder, Dynamics of Family Wealth

An excellent webinar that was very relevant to our foundation’s situation.  We tend to think that we’re the only family foundation with challenges, but these survey results show that we’re not unique in the issues we face, especially around engaging the next gen.


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