Multi-generational philanthropy: Supporting the next generation
Families, advisors, and boards interested in learning strategies to teach skills that will help young people become successful philanthropists.
Nathan Dungan, Founder and President of Share Save Spend, returns to the teleconference series for a conversation on encouraging philanthropy in the next generation. Building on his previous seminar on raising socially conscious, financially savvy children amid the mixed signals of consumer culture, Dungan takes the next step of discussing how families then go about teaching the skills that will help young people become successful philanthropists.
Nathan Dungan, founder and president of Share Save Spend, is an industry thought-leader on helping youth and adults link their money decisions to their values. He speaks and consults nationally with organizations and families on the topic of money and the effects of the consumer culture on money habits.
What participants said:
This was my third NCFP teleconference and it was definitely the most informative and interesting for me. Nathan Dungan did a great job complementing his slides and the questions from participants were very thoughtful.