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 consultants receive discounts on tools, client referrals and join an alumni network that provides peer support and continuing education.
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Join Danielle Oristian York for a lively learning webinar about what causes #NextGenDonors are most passionate about and the major influences that are shaping their perspectives on philanthropy. Click here for more information and to register.
How are Next Gen Donors Revolutionizing Philanthropy? Are Next Gen Donors Really so Different from Previous Generations? What Influences Next Gen Donors?
This research, a collaboration of 21/64 and the Johnson Center for Family Philanthrophy, is the first major effort to understand what we can expect from the rising generations of high-capacity donors who promise to have an outsized impact on growing challenges in our world, affecting everything about 21st century philanthropy. www.nextgendonors.org.
Michael Moody and Sharna Goldseker, Forbes, April 2013
Jennifer Muntz, Family Office Exchange, March 2013
Michael Moody & Sharna Goldseker, Stanford Social Innovation Review, February 12, 2013
Paul Sullivan, The New York Times, February 8, 2013
Caroline Preston, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, January 25, 2013
Multigenerational Engagement in Philanthropy: Coming Together Across the Generations to Learn, Share, and Give
Association of Small Foundations, December 2012