*The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
The economic downturn that has resulted from COVID-19 has many funders worried about the state of their endowments and long-term philanthropic investments. How can donors and foundations balance the desire to meet the increased need of grantees in the near term with the reality of shrinking assets? In this webinar, we’ll discuss questions related to foundation financial health, such as:
- How can funders frame discussions about maintaining or expanding levels of giving while endowments and investments are struggling?
- How do families think about legacy and multiple generations of engagement while also giving away a shrinking endowment?
- What investment strategies are available for philanthropies to handle economic downturns and recessions, and what are ways to plan and prepare for the next inevitable financial upheaval?
- How should families be thinking about their long-term spending policies and grant budgets?
- How can trustees be engaged and support active responses?
- Dimple Abichandani, Executive Director, General Service Foundation
- Christopher Blume, Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Management Group, Goldman Sachs
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
Registration is available until April 28th.
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