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 […]Read More
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