This post is part of the Ramping Up for Impact blog series, which digs deeper into topics explored in the primer by The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI) and Exponent Philanthropy, Ramping Up Your...Read more ›
Failing to plan is planning to fail. Undoubtedly you’ve heard that quote before and it’s certainly something that many foundations have in mind when thinking about the future. On the other hand, the...Read more ›
This speech, delivered by TPI client Alan Alda to the Council on Foundation's Family Foundation Conference, is a wonderful and timeless summary of what makes the best of family philanthropy so remarkable and valuable.
This workbook is a detailed guide both for documenting your intent and reflecting on the vision and purpose of your giving. It is useful for all those considering their own legacy or interpreting the legacy that has been passed to them.
This primer is designed to be used in conjunction with TPI’s Giving Together: A Workbook for Family Philanthropy and can be a guide for answering the questions that are common to family giving experiences.
This workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with TPI’s Giving Together: A Primer for Family Philanthropy and can be a guide for answering the questions that are common to family giving experiences.
I’ve always said that when it comes to influencing your children to be charitable, it’s not what you say, it’s what you do. Guess what, I was wrong. Hot off the presses, the latest Women Give 2013...Read more ›