The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
Philanthropic purpose, impact, and perpetuity are on the minds of giving families more than ever before. Many are reconsidering the lifespan of their giving effort with a fresh lens as community needs increase and the sector evolves. Yet the opportunities of limited lifespan are often not clear or not fully understood, and neither are the potential challenges. In this webinar, hear lessons learned from foundation executives who are leading their foundations through implementing the decision to have a limited lifespan and why giving families should reflect more critically on perpetuity. Panelists will share reflections on how being a limited lifespan foundation influences all aspects of the foundation’s operations and share insights from the upcoming GVSU publication Limited Life Foundations: Lessons from a CEO Peer Group.
- Lessons learned from those who are leading their foundations through implementing limited lifespan grantmaking
- Potential opportunities and challenges of limited life foundations
- Why giving families should reflect more critically on perpetuity
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
- Teri Behrens, Executive Director, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
- Joe Del Guercio, President and Chief Executive Officer, A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation
- John Esterle, Trustee and Co-Executive Director, The Whitman Institute
- Ellen Friedman, Executive Director, Compton Foundation
- Glen Galaich, CEO, Stupski Foundation
Registration is available until October 20th. Registrants will receive the webinar link a day prior to the program.
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