Continuity for a family foundation requires engagement of the next generation, integration of new board members, and a successful transition to new family philanthropy leaders. Do you have a plan for who’s up next in your family’s philanthropy? Have you even decided who is included in the pool (spouses, step-children, significant others, nonfamily)? Will they be prepared—or even willing—to take on the job? Learn how to choose and prepare your grantmaking successors.

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Lorre Polinger

Lorre Polinger is president at the Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation.

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Mary Phillips is a founding partner and President of GMA Foundations, where she has worked with…

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