Publication Date: December 2008
Publisher: KFBK (Radio station : Sacramento, Calif.)
Author(s): Sharna Goldseker
Research Area: Banking and finance
Keywords: Foundations; Generational Issues; Fundraising and Philanthropy
Coverage: United States
This interview discusses the Grandparent Legacy Project, a joint venture between the Association of Small Foundations and 21/64, a nonpfrofit consulting division of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies specializing in next generation and multigenerational philanthropy. The book and workbook discussed in this interview feature stories from the eldest generation in family philanthropies for the benefit of their younger family members. It aims to help families begin to have intergenerational conversations about the values that inspire charital giving.
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