Millennial and Gen X “next-gen” donors promise to be the most significant philanthropists ever. As they are now stepping into their roles in family foundations or starting up their own giving vehicles, they are looking to change giving in ways that will fundamentally transform the field. In this webinar, you will learn what years of research on these next-gen donors tell us about how they want to be engaged in family giving, how they are learning and crafting their philanthropic identities, how they think about stewardship and legacy, what they want to change to increase the impact of their family’s philanthropy – and most importantly, what you can do to help them become the donors we all need them to be.
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Michael Moody, Frey Foundation Chair for Family Philanthropy, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Michael Moody is the Frey Foundation Chair for Family Philanthropy at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University. In this role, he works to expand both the practice and the public understanding of family philanthropy. Trained as a cultural sociologist, with a Ph.D. from Princeton, Dr. Moody is co-author of the books Understanding Philanthropy: Its Meaning and Mission, The Philanthropy Reader, and Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving. He is a frequent speaker and sought-after commentator on philanthropic trends whose work has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes, Chronicle of Philanthropy, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and many others.
CMF Members: Free
February 18, 2021 at 12 Noon EST
This webinar series is presented in collaboration with Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, Philanthropy Ohio and Council of Michigan Foundations. Together, these regional associations hope to harness and share the collective expertise of each state’s leading philanthropic organizations and trusted community partners. Designed for staff and/or trustees affiliated with non-staffed or small-staffed family foundations, eager to find new ways of thinking smarter and performing better when it comes to their grantmaking.