Family philanthropies, much like social ventures, have a double bottom line: social impact and family unity. In this executive summary for a forthcoming white paper, Snowdon contends that a more focused and strategic approach based on common values and interests, as opposed to a more discretionary approach, can more effectively meet these sometimes competing obligations.

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