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21/64 Book Club Review: Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors are Revolutionizing GivingType: Book Review
AUTHOR: Sharna Goldseker & Michael Moody REVIEWER: Jillian Wagenheim, Founder & Principal, Sertus Consulting Farrah Azizi, Private Philanthropy Advisor, Give Great Group BOOK LINK: https://goo.gl/srWb64 REVIEW: In 2013, 21/64 and The Johnson Center for Philanthropy released a revolutionary, first-of-its-kind report. Instead of simply studying behavior from afar, the Next Gen Donors Report authors went straight…
Engaging the Next Generation in Your PhilanthropyType: Publication
January 2018 “America’s next generation of major donors, whether young Gen Xers or rising Millennials, will have an outsized impact on society and the planet we share…if current trends in wealth and giving continue, these rising major donors will be the most significant philanthropists ever.” — Sharna Goldseker and Michael Moody “Generation Impact: How Next…
Wait, What? And Life’s Other Essential QuestionsType: Book Review
AUTHOR: James E. Ryan REVIEWER: Jillian Wagenheim, Founder & Principal, Sertus Consulting Farrah Azizi, Private Philanthropy Advisor, Give Great Group BOOK LINK: https://goo.gl/goNvPE REVIEW: Wait, What? And Life’s Other Essential Questions is an adaptation of a viral commencement speech by James E. Ryan that encourages readers to adopt what the author calls 5 essential questions…
A Guide to Talking to Your Children About MoneyType: Article
October 18, 2017 Beth Milkovits, a vice president in our Private Banking Group, provides a guide for introducing the concept of money and its value to children at various stages of childhood development. READ MORE: https://www.bbh.com/en-us/insights/a-guide-to-talking-to-your-children-about-money/24024