As families engage the next generation in their foundations, donor advised funds, and other forms of family enterprises, there is an increasing need for clarity, communication and multigenerational collaboration. While these endeavors are wonderful opportunities for families to work together, challenges can and often do arise when multiple generations and family members with relationship dynamics begin to make decisions together. 21/64 offers consulting, speaking and tools to assist families during these times of generational transitions.
Institutional Investor is hosting its inaugural European Family Office Symposium, an exclusive meeting for the heads of European single family offices, on the 12th-13th June 2013 at the Beau Rivage Palace, in Lausanne, Switzerland. This is a private, invitation-only meeting, where single family offices are invited to exchange ideas on wealth and investment management in a non-competitive environment with their peers.
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
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