Network with a group of like-minded peers.
Growing up with wealth and philanthropy in your family or coming to it early in adulthood can feel like both an opportunity and a responsibility for the next gen donor. Many next generation want to honor where they’ve come from as well as develop their own philanthropic values and identity.
Objectives for next gen donors.
- To build a network of next gen donors in similar positions of philanthropic opportunity and responsibility
- To create a space where members can learn with their peers and outside of their family
- To invite participants to ask their own questions and explore philanthropic values and approaches
- To develop a philanthropic analysis and capacity for strategic thinking
The NextGenDonors Retreat is for next gen donors (ages 21 – 40) who are or will be stepping into roles in their family’s philanthropy and for donors who are earners themselves and want to clarify their philanthropic values, identity, and direction. To learn more, see our registration form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Retreat April 18-19, 2018 in New York, NY. Contact us for more details
Grand Street is a retreat and ongoing network for Jews (ages 18 – 28) who are or will be involved in their family philanthropy. Grand Street allows participants to explore questions of their Jewish identity, family responsibility and philanthropic opportunity in a safe space among peers. To learn more, see our registration form or email us at email@example.com.
Next retreat January 6-7, 2018 in San Francisco.
PJSF x 21/64 Board Leadership Course
Nonprofit board participation is a big responsibility, and individuals joining boards for the first time can feel unprepared to adopt the role of board member with confidence. We are proud to announce that 21/64 has partnered with the Paul & Jenna Segal Foundation to create a course that empowers the next generation to serve as leaders in the nonprofit community, and to acquire the skills and know-how to be successful board members. To learn more, see our registration form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next course begins May 24th, 2018 in New York, NY. Contact Adina for more details.
Network Offerings Include.
Gatherings and Retreats.
One or two day gatherings for 21- to 40-year-olds in similar situations of philanthropic opportunity to develop skills, acquire tools and leave with greater clarity and next steps to become the donor they aspire to be. Register for an upcoming NEXTGENDONOR or Grand Street Retreat. Or, learn how 21/64 can help your family or organization develop and facilitate a Next Gen Donors Retreat of your own.
Get connected with peers around the country, whether by phone, email or in person. Members have access to peers in the network at different stages regarding personal, professional and philanthropic values and development.
Contact us for guidance in areas you are looking to develop, from how to advance your ideas at the next family meeting, to nonprofit career guidance, to talking about money in a relationship.
Tap our team for connections to resources and advisors in an area you are looking to learn more about, from strategic grantmaking to impact investing.
Have the option to participate in ongoing seminars and discussions with experts on relevant and related subjects, such as fiduciary responsibility, giving plans, family dynamics and more.
Grand Street participant
The experience of being among peers at with whom I could freely talk about issues of wealth and philanthropy has been valuable on a number of levels. Grand Street has helped me to focus on two very important questions: what is my relationship with Judaism? And how should this inform my future philanthropic choices? I continue to work on both of these. Additionally, the creativity and diversity of perspectives among participants was very stimulating and thought provoking,and many conversations that began at the retreat are still being tossed around among us. The network effects of being part of a group of future Jewish philanthropic leaders are exciting, and I look forward to continuing involvement.
Grand Street Participant
Grand Street is a unique opportunity to meet and learn with other individuals trying to figure out their own philanthropy, family philanthropy, as well as their place in Jewish life. The Grand Street experience provides you with incredible tools and a network to maneuver through the Jewish and philanthropic worlds, tools and lifelong colleagues and friends I still count on today, nine years after my Grand Street experience. I can truly say I wouldn't be half the trustee I am at my family's foundation today if it weren't for Grand Street.
NextGenDonors Retreat Participant
This retreat was life changing and eye opening. It empowered me to ask my parents the questions about this inherited legacy that I had never previously known how to ask.
NextGenDonors Retreat Participant
The NextGenDonors Retreat was really special for me. I learned so much and it was so nice to meet all the participants. I thought everyone had something great to offer and we connected on this common set of issues. After the gathering, I feel more comfortable speaking about my involvement in my family’s foundation, and less hesitant about speaking in front of a group.