The definition of the American family has morphed alongside an explosion of diversity. Today, homes with unmarried parents, same-sex couples with adopted children, and single parents are as increasingly common as the traditional family of a married husband, wife, and child. With families growing ever more varied, foundations and donor-advised funds need clear advice and guidance regarding who participates in their philanthropy and in what roles. This webinar examines changing family composition, provides examples from families who have grappled with this changing definition, and tips for how your philanthropic family can adapt to the new normal.
Alexis Marion, Program Officer and Junior Board Advisor for the Fried C. Fox Family Foundation
Courtney Pullen, President of the Pullen Consulting Group
Emily A. West, Executive Director of the West Foundation
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
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.