January 18, 2012
Being civically and financially responsible are habits formed in youth that last a lifetime. Why is it so important to instill these values in our children? How can we encourage generosity and civic-mindedness within families and kids? As discussed in the Giving in L.A. blog during the holidays, giving is multiplied when you do it together – as a group or family.
These questions and the topic of family philanthropy will be discussed (and hopefully answered) at a special event at the studios of KPCC tonight.
In partnership with our Development Department, Jon and Eileen Gallo, co-authors and principals of Gallo Consulting, will discuss ways that parents, grandparents, and even friends can help kids – young and old – be civically engaged and financially responsible. Internationally-known experts on children, families and money, the Gallos have written two books and established The Gallo Institute, a national organization offering education and counsel to families and financial advisors around issues of families, children and money.
This is a great opportunity to hear renowned experts discuss practical ways to promote success, generosity, and responsibility among children.
Check out this free event by sending in your RSVP’s to firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our wait list. The event has reached full capacity, but we will accommodate additional guests to the best of our ability.
Children and Money Event on Wednesday, January 18.
6:15 – 6:45 p.m.: optional Studio Tour
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.: Program
The first 100 respondents will receive a free copy of the Gallo’s book The Financially Intelligent Parent.
The Crawford Family Forum
474 South Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
Thanks for reading,
Gregory Pierre Cox
VP of Development, Southern California Public Radio
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