21/64 is pleased to offer annual trainings for advisors interested in acquiring the personal skills, generational awareness and technical tools to work more effectively with next-generation funders and family enterprise clients. Held over the course of two days, the 21/64 Training is a hands-on experience, geared to a small group of professionals who want to broaden their ability to relate to family philanthropy and private wealth clients, and to help them navigate more successfully across generations. Certified facilitators receive discounts on tools, client referrals and join an alumni network that provides peer support and continuing education.
To read more about 21/64 training click here.
Sunday, September 11th is Grandparents Day, and the perfect opportunity for you or the families you work with, to communicate family stories and legacies across the generations with the help of the Grandparent Legacy Project.
If you are a next gen family member who is or will be engaging in your family’s philanthropy and interested in developing your skills, exploring your identity and clarifying your values and visions around philanthropy among like-minded peers, we would like to invite you to join us at Grand Street’s New Cohort Retreat in Chicago this September or at #NextGenDonors in San Francisco this February. Learn more here.
Due to demand, 21/64 is now making its most popular tool, Motivational Values, available for translation, so that advisors can offer this transformational exercise to clients and donors in their native language. Discover how you can do this for your audience here.
Forbes, August 2016
Barron's, February 2016
Featuring a quote from 21/64 trainer Judy Spalthoff.
New York Business Journal, January 2016
JWeekly.com, October 2015
Foundation Source, September 2015
GrantCraft, August 2015
Dallas Morning News, February 2015
Strategic Philanthropy, 2015
Enlightened Philanthropy, July 1, 2014
Conducted by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, the Report estimates all giving to all charitable organizations across the United States, and calculates total giving for about 53 million households across America, approximately 16 million corporations that claim charitable deductions, over a million estates, and about 82,000 foundations. To learn more about the findings in this report, click here
Enlightened Philanthropy, June 2014
Kristin Keffler, April 2014
Kevin Laskowski, 21/64 trainer Annie Hernandez, and Katie Marcus Reker, Family Giving News, June 2013
Jennifer Muntz, Family Office Exchange, March 2013