Family foundations and family offices are increasingly turning to mission (more broadly known as impact) investing strategies as a key tool for aligning investments and operations with their mission and objectives. This event is for CNJG Members only.
If you are connected to a multi-generational family foundation, you likely have discovered that transitions are not a one-time event; rather, they are an ongoing and evolving fact of life.
Sometimes philanthropy is done purely for altruistic reasons, but often there are other motivations. This event is for CNJG Members only.
Increasingly, foundations are investing in deep community listening before they design strategies and approaches for capacity building with nonprofit grantees.
Every family philanthropy experiences the joy, the sadness, the complexity, and the energy of transitions. Moving toward new leadership in the family can be difficult, emotional, and sometimes frustrating.
How do seasoned family foundation CEOs stay renewed and refreshed in their work? How do experienced CEOs find ways to balance the needs of the family with those of the foundation?
How does a family foundation with no defined mission, no staff, no structure and siblings who spent little time together growing up pull itself together to fashion a high performing foundation in under 4 years?
Learn more about Simplify, a new approach to information-sharing between funders and grantees.
You work hard to ensure you are maximizing community impact but do you have all the tools in your toolbox to lift up your grantees? Learn how new media tools can help you tell your grantee’s stories, deepen community connections and advocate for your cause.
The dream of many family foundation donors is to instill a lifetime love of philanthropy and giving back to future generations of one’s family.