Posts tagged to 'Youth philanthropy'
Editor’s Note: Many families anticipating a generational board change ask the National Center for Family Philanthropy how to involve the next generation in their giving as they are getting ready to ascend to the board. Many families have begun to ask about easy ways to involve their children in...
by Susan Crites Price
on November 15, 2010
Eleven-year-old Kylie of the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation is a veteran grantmaker, having served on the junior board of her family’s foundation since age 8. But unlike the adults on her family’s foundation board, who can meet peers at grantmaker meetings and conferences, Kylie had no kids to compare...
At the recent Council on Foundations Family Foundation Conference in San Diego, a new book by a father and teenage daughter sold out in minutes. In The Power of Half (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books 2010), Kevin and Hannah Salwen share the engrossing story of their family’s decision to sell their...
by Kevin Laskowski
on December 15, 2007
The holidays are a time of celebration, sharing, and enjoying the company of family and friends. They’re also a time of advertising, doorbuster sales, and conspicuous consumption. For families concerned about raising charitable children, the holidays can represent a challenge as well as a great...
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by Virginia Esposito
on July 15, 2007
It’s summer and a young person’s fancy turns to …philanthropy? Well, perhaps more than you might think.
I ran into a friend recently and she told me her college freshman daughter was off to Nicaragua. Sarah belongs to a group that organizes charitable field trips for young people – giving them the...