EFFECTIVE FAMILY PHILANTHROPY IN CALM AND CRISIS: CONSCIENCE, CONTINUITY, AND COMMITMENT
Families understand transitions, change, and the need for renewal like few others. The GWP Family Foundation Learning Network is pleased to invite you to join this discussion about what best positions family foundations and other family donors for critical leadership.
This will be the network’s 4th focused meeting on family philanthropy and we’re pleased that it will be led by Virginia (Ginny) M. Esposito, the founding president of the National Center for Family Philanthropy. For 30 years, Ginny and the NCFP team have focused on the family philanthropic experience, promoting values, vision, and excellence across generations of donor families.
During this session, Ginny will share insights and take questions around:
- Values, mission, and the special nature of donor families.
- Good governance, which serves us well in good times and, especially, in challenging ones.
- Tips and traps for strong leadership and management.
- Opportunities in crisis: how families are responding to COVID, the racial justice movement, floods, fires, and more.
Special thanks to our Family Foundation Learning Network (and planning committee) member, Tod Hunt, Trustee for the Roy A. Hunt Foundation, for suggesting this session with Ginny and for making the introductions to make it possible.
We are committed to making GWP programs accessible to all members. If you have questions, or if an accommodation would be helpful to fully participate in this program, please reach out to Paula or call 412-471-6488 and we will make every effort to accommodate your request.