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Family Philanthropy Webinar: Money, Values, and Culture

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Thursday, July 11, 2019 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm EDT
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Join this special joint NCFP Webinar and Community Foundation Spark Session, brought to you by the generous support of the Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network.

Each of us has our own money story – the underlying assumptions, messages, hopes, and behaviors that we’ve learned over time about the meaning and use of money. Those stories are also influenced by increasing online data about family wealth and public skepticism of concentrated wealth. The alignments and clashes among family members, branches, and generations around their money stories easily spill over into a family’s philanthropy. They influence their ability to create shared philanthropic values, goals, investment and grantmaking policies, and more.

How can families create healthier money narratives and habits which can, in turn, create healthier alignment in their philanthropy? What are the appropriate roles of foundation staff and advisors in supporting those often-stressful family conversations? This webinar’s speakers will share the experience, tips, and tools they’ve learned from supporting philanthropic families in their money journeys.

Featured Speakers:
Ginni Galicinao, Family Dynamics Consultant, Wells Fargo Private Bank
Bill Longbrake, Trustee, Longbrake Family Foundation
Derek Longbrake, Trustee, Longbrake Family Foundation
Robyn Schein, Senior Director, 21/64
Tony Macklin, Senior Program Consultant

This event is a CNJG membership benefit for family foundation members only, including staff and trustees of those family foundations, in partnership with the National Center for Family Philanthropy

Registration Information
This event is free for CNJG Members who are family foundations. Other types of foundations are ineligible to join this webinar.

Registration for this event is now directly through NCFP.  CNJG members who have a NCFP password should register directly on NCFP's website using the registration link above. Detailed instructions for registering on their site may be found on our website tutorial page.

CNJG members who need to obtain a NCFP password should contact Anna D’Elia at (609) 341-2022 ext. 4216.

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