Neil Gobioff is President of The Gobioff Foundation, a private family foundation established by Neil’s brother Howard Gobioff, in 2007, only months before his unexpected death from lymphoma in March, 2008. The Gobioff Foundation carries out the intention of its founder, “to make the world a better place,” through grants, programs and initiatives. The Gobioff Foundation supports the arts in the Tampa Bay area as well as civil liberties, human rights, and social justice organizations. Over the last few years, the Gobioff Foundation as nurtured a youth board and their collaborative grant-making. Neil also serves as the chair for the Tampa Arts Alliance and is a founder of Crab Devil, an arts company building an immersive arts attraction in Tampa.

Contributions

Engaging Youth Peer Network: Getting Started

Posted on January 9, 2023 by Cadence Miller, Neil Gobioff

A group of young people ready to engage in family philanthropy
If you’re just getting started on engaging youth (ages 8-21) in your philanthropy, this event is for you.  We will spend time discussing how to get started engaging youth across ages, family sizes, geography and more. Join us to consider questions like: Should our youth engagement start slowly with service projects or values-based activities? Should my family create a formal… Read More

Engaging Youth Peer Network Retreat

Posted on February 12, 2021 by Sophy Yem, Kaitlin Miles, Shawn Escoffery, Tiffany Kelly, Karen Weatherford, Alexis Marion, Michelle Knapik, Neil Gobioff

Join your peers for a virtual retreat on supporting youth grantmakers and family members within your family and foundation. We will spend time on the following areas: Timely Peer Connections: How has your foundation changed plans in 2020 and 2021? Are you working more with your youth grantmakers or cancelling some plans due to remote learning fatigue? Race and Equity:… Read More

Engaging Youth Peer Network: Supporting Youth Givers Across Ages

Posted on October 14, 2020 by Marlene Corrado, Alexis Marion, Neil Gobioff

How do you support the youth within your family or your foundation as they learn and grow? Join three different foundations as they discuss supporting kids at all different stages. Our speakers, including a youth board member, will share their favorite tools and activities for kids by age. Hear real stories and examples of how these tools and activities have… Read More

Engaging Next Gen Peer Network: Supporting Youth Ages 0 to Age 14

Posted on February 26, 2019 by Julien Goulet, Michelle Knapik, Neil Gobioff

Join Julien from Longbrake Family Foundation who is working to engage their next gen as a non-family staff. We will gather to share resources, needs, and goals/ desired outcomes for this special age group to figure out next steps for those working across experiences and levels. We’re excited for this special start to 2019 led by one of your peers… Read More

Engaging Next Gen Peer Network

Posted on February 12, 2019 by Michelle Knapik, Neil Gobioff

There are many resources at the ready to help with engaging the next generation in philanthropy. We’d love for you to share experiences using resources you treasure and how they have helped your families and foundations connect with next gen. Come ready to discuss your tools, and ideas for how NCFP can organize its own resources to be most useful… Read More

NCFP’s Engaging the Next Generation Peer Network Series

Posted on November 6, 2018 by Dave Moss, Michelle Knapik, Neil Gobioff, Sarina Dayal

We are excited to feature two next gen givers who have each been engaged in their family’s foundations for more than a decade. Both Sarina Dayal, Tarsadia Foundation & Foundation Center, and Dave Moss, Moss Family Foundation & Unfunded List, spend their days working to support nonprofits and the field of philanthropy. Hear from Sarina and Dave about their engagement,… Read More