Spark Session: Serving Families Who Use Multiple Philanthropic Tools
Community foundations staff and other colleagues interested in learning more about this special network, and ways to get involved.
Community foundations that are NCFP subscribers are eligible to RSVP. If you are not a current partner subscriber, please see below. Attendees are encouraged to send questions in advance and any sample documents/resources they are willing to share to Tony Macklin at email@example.com.
Additional questions? Contact Tony Macklin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philanthropic families are increasingly using multiple tools and strategies to achieve their goals for social impact. Creative examples from NCFP’s network include: a private foundation with funds at multiple community foundations, a donor-advised fund and impact investing portfolio, establishing a family foundation and a 501(C)(4) nonprofit or Political Action Committee, and giving through a family business and a charitable fund.
On this Spark Session, you’ll learn how two community foundations are supporting families who use tools and strategies outside of the foundations. And, we’ll explore how community foundations might need to alter their donor advising work to reflect the wider array of strategies donors may use. Speakers will include a staff member and a donor from the Orange County Community Foundation and another community foundation TBD.
We are pleased to offer representatives from community foundations that are not yet part of the Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network one complimentary registration to a Spark Session of your choice. To take advantage of this offer and register for this webinar, please complete our simple guest registration form.
About this series
This program is part of the Spark Session series under NCFP’s Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network. The series is designed for community foundations to exchange practical advice, tools, and tips from peers on aspects of their family philanthropy engagement. In one hour, this content-rich webinar feature peer case study examples and will allow attendees to delve deeper through an open facilitated dialogue.
Abbe Temkin is Director of Major and Planned Gifts for The Chicago Community Trust, where she’sresponsible for a broad range of matters including charitable contributions, donor advised funds, supporting organizations, family philanthropy and agency endowments. She manages the Trust’s Professional Advisory Committee and Young Professional Advisory Committee and provides resources and expertise to help meet their clients’ philanthropic goals. Before coming to the Trust, Abbe worked at The University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences, the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science and spent many years as a consultant withCCS Fundraising. Abbe’s a graduate of Western Michigan University and The John Marshall School of Law. She was a civil litigation attorney for 12 years before transitioning full time into the field of philanthropy. Abbe sits on numerous Boards, is an active member of the Chicago Council on Planned Giving and the Chicago Estate Planning Council’s Diversity and Fundamentals Committees, as well as the Advancement Network and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She’s an avid runner, having completed 21 Marathons and has served as a volunteer leader in marathon and half-marathon training for the Chicago Area Runner’s Association since 1999.
Todd Hanson is vice president of the Center for Engaged Philanthropy at the Orange County Community Foundation. For more than 16 years Todd has provided support to some of Orange County’s most generous families, helping them achieve their philanthropic goals and inspiring effective and impactful giving. He works with donors to develop personalized giving plans, arrange agency site visits, organize presentations on community issues and provide research reports on nonprofits. He visits more than 100 local charities each year to stay informed on the latest programs, services and results.
Tony Macklin, a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy®, consults with donor families, grantmakers, and their advisors about purpose, use of resources, action planning, and learning. As executive director of the Roy A. Hunt Foundation, he facilitated changes in visioning, impact investing, grantmaking, trustee education, and back-office management. In twelve years at the Central Indiana Community Foundation, he led grantmaking initiatives, advised wealthy donors, attracted $39 million, and launched a social enterprise. Tony currently serves as program manager for the NCFP's Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network. He also serves as a senior advisor to the Impact Finance Center and peer reviewer for The Foundation Review.
What past participants say:
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I have attended many of NCFP's webinar and always walk away with new ideas that expand my knowledge of family philanthropy. The content is always amazing, well-structured and full of different perspectives. I especially love the stories told by presenters of their families journey within philanthropy and how they are impacting communities.
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