Case Study #1: Engaging the Next Generation in Family Philanthropy

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At 21/64 we believe in the proverb, if you know one foundation, you know one foundation. Every family has its own unique dynamics and conversations. Philanthropy adds a new dimension to these conversations which are often taking place both within and between generations. This is why 21/64 partnered with New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service to create a case study about multigenerational issues in family foundations. By exploring the issues of a hypothetical family in this case study, and utilizing questions in the accompanying Facilitator’s Guide, families and professional advisors can begin to develop a healthy family process and productive philanthropic enterprise.

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At 21/64 we believe in the proverb, if you know one foundation, you know one foundation. Every family has its own unique dynamics and conversations. Philanthropy adds a new dimension to these conversations which are often taking place both within and between generations. This is why 21/64 partnered with New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service to create a case study about multigenerational issues in family foundations. By exploring the issues of a hypothetical family in this case study, and utilizing questions in the accompanying Facilitator’s Guide, families and professional advisors can begin to develop a healthy family process and productive philanthropic enterprise.

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Weight 0.10625 lbs
Dimensions 9.5 × 6.5 × 0.13 in

Description

At 21/64 we believe in the proverb, if you know one foundation, you know one foundation. Every family has its own unique dynamics and conversations. Philanthropy adds a new dimension to these conversations which are often taking place both within and between generations. This is why 21/64 partnered with New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service to create a case study about multigenerational issues in family foundations. By exploring the issues of a hypothetical family in this case study, and utilizing questions in the accompanying Facilitator’s Guide, families and professional advisors can begin to develop a healthy family process and productive philanthropic enterprise.

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