Finding Peace

May 8, 2013

H. Cooke Sunoo Growing up in San Francisco to Korean parents, I looked different than my classmates but in my home and heart, my family was unabashedly American. My father, now 95, has been an American citizen for almost 75 years and served in the American army. His love for America (which he calls home) […]

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Unleashing the Potential of Youth in Philanthropy and Nonprofits

April 16, 2013

By Annie Hernandez In recent research  on next generation donors, 90 percent of respondents cited their parents as their model of philanthropy.  The more—and earlier—parents engage their children in philanthropy, the more their legacy of giving will be passed along.  I have had the opportunity to work with over a hundred youth ages 8-21 involved […]

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Meeting Your Family Where it is: An Approach to Philanthropy to Bring (and Keep) Families Together

April 2, 2013

When new philanthropists think about starting a new foundation, oftentimes two images come to mind.  First, there is the idealized version of what a family foundation might look like: In a beautiful room decorated with (flattering) portraits of the donor, family members of all ages come together to make meaningful gifts that align with a […]

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