20th Anniversary Symposium: Imagining the Future of Family Philanthropy

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When
Thursday, September 13, 2018, 12:00 PM until Friday, September 14, 2018, 02:00 PM PST
Duration
1 day
Where
Who should attend

This is an invitation-only event for current NCFP Friends and other leading voices in family philanthropy.

Price

Coming soon

Contact info

For additional information, please contact Jason Born, Vice President of Programs.

Description

This special, invitation-only event will celebrate NCFP's 20th anniversary while providing an intimate space for attendees to imagine the future of the family philanthropy together. The Imagining the Future initiative, a national series of focus groups and peer discussions led by the Good Wolf Group, will identify 5-6 key trends and issues to be addressed through both plenaries and breakout sessions. The event will conclude with a presentation/address by a globally prominent leader in family philanthropy.

Additional information coming soon - sign up here if you are interested in registration details.

NCFP Community Foundation Family Philanthropy Network Workshop

Join us at a community foundation family philanthropy services peer workshop that will feature facilitation training by NCFP Board member & President and Executive Director of the Lawrence Welk Family Foundation, Lisa Parker. Lisa brings significant experience facilitating family retreats and experiential team building.  There will also be significant time learning from peers.

Thank you to our local partner hosts, the San Francisco Foundation on Wednesday, September 12th from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm and the Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund on Thursday, September 13th from 9:00 - 11:00 am. 

Free registration for current subscribers and members of the Community Foundation Family Philanthropy Network. You will pay for your own travel, hotel, and some meals.

What past participants say:

Every plenary and workshop addressed current issues facing private family foundations. I can't think of any outstanding issue that wasn't addressed. Given the constant change we face, I am confident that NCFP will identify new issues that arise and address them at future Forums.

Jane Stabler, Putnam Foundation

The 2017 NCFP Forum helped me remember to keep asking the really important question – why do we come together as diverse families across generations and geographies, even life experiences, interests and learning styles, to do philanthropic work?

Susan DeWyngaert, Trustee, Lumpkin Family Foundation
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