Join this webinar from NCFP to hear from foundation leaders who have joined their family’s philanthropy as in-laws and how they have grown their own role and enjoyed working with their family, as well as navigated intergenerational dynamics and family legacy.
In this webinar, we'll provide frameworks for considering your options, examples from a variety of sizes and ages of community foundations and advice from the community foundation field on engaging donors in community leadership work.
Join NCFP for a webinar on family retreats. Learn how other foundations have designed their retreats, how to best facilitate conversations, and best practices for engaging the next generation.
Join this webinar to dive into the six key principles of trust-based philanthropy, how you can put them to work in your community foundation and strategies to engage and educate your donors to understand how they too can support your efforts to foster long-term, trust-based relationships with your grantee partners.
In philanthropy, your name can be a branding tool utilized by the foundation to connect and inspire. There can also be a lot of weight to your name: the responsibility, publicity, and hesitance to experiment and sometimes fail.
Join this session that explains the ins and outs of what you need to know to stay compliant and understand the Pension Protection Act (PPA) and it's implications for fund management.
Aligning your corporate strategy with your philanthropic investments and partnerships can add credibility to your brand, board and employee engagement messaging. This alignment will also positively impact cultural and mission related goals.
Whether you are a small funder or large foundation, this webinar from NCFP will highlight important actions you can take to have impact and create powerful change towards significant issues.
In 2020 the National Center for Family Philanthropy will welcome Nick Tedesco as CEO and see the transition of founder and longtime CEO Ginny Esposito to the role of Senior Fellow.
Join this webinar where NCFP will share the results of research findings from their second ever Trends in Family Philanthropy study.