Thursday, November 8, 2012 -
7:45am to 11:00pm EST
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As the field of family philanthropy evolves, the options available to families for managing and making the most of their giving continue to keep pace. One option that a growing number of philanthropic families are considering is the creation of a family office—a private entity that manages the investments and trusts for a single family while also providing a variety of other personal services, among them philanthropic advising or the housing of a family foundation.
This Family Philanthropy Webinar will showcase findings from the National Center for Family Philanthropy's new study, Working Together for Common Purpose: Family Philanthropy Through the Family Office, based on the results of the first national study to explore the relationship between family offices and family philanthropy. The webinar will highlight common themes for both success and failure in this relationship, as well as areas for future inquiry and exploration.
A Philanthropy New York Collaborative Program sponsored by the National Center for Family Philanthropy.
This program is "Completely Private."
- Anne Etheridge, Founding Director, Norton Family Office
- Jim Frey, President, Frey Foundation
- Sara Hamilton, Founder and CEO, Family Office Exchange
- Elizabeth R. “Buffy” Minkin, Director of Baltimore and Domestic Initiatives, Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds
- Craig Muska, Director of Investments, Foundation Services, Threshold Group
- Kathy Whelpley, Vice President, National Center for Family Philanthropy
Philanthropy New York family foundation members.