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Family Philanthropy Brown Bag Discussion: Generation Next: Young Donors Inspiring a New Generation
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1/9/2014
When: 1/9/2014
Where: Boston

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Family Philanthropy Brown Bag Discussion: Generation Next: Young Donors Inspiring a New Generation

Date:
1/9/2014
Time:
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Location:
AGM, 133 Federal Street Suite 802, Boston, MA
Audience: 
Grant Makers
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Join us for a brown bag lunch and discussion with colleagues regarding the National Center for Family Philanthropy Webinar: Generation Next: Young Donors Inspiring a New Generation of Philanthropists.

We hope that you can join us in our office for this event, but if you cannot make it you can participate remotely. 

 

Presented by: Nini Meyer, Founder/Director, PositiveTracks and Trustee, Jane B. Cook Charitable Trusts; Lana Volftsun, Executive Director, One Percent Foundation and board member, Levmar Family Foundation

The dream of many family foundation donors is to instill a lifetime love of philanthropy and giving back to future generations of one’s family. In some cases, this love of philanthropy translates into a desire on the part of younger family members to instill in others the joy that giving and philanthropy brings. This webinar will share the examples of young donors who have become leaders of organizations dedicated to inspiring and supporting a new generation of philanthropists. The webinar will include a discussion of how involvement in their family’s philanthropy led them to choose this career path, what their organizations are doing to encourage new donors, and how they envision the future of this important work. Join us for this motivating and practical conversation with several leaders from Generation Next!

 

About the Presenters

 

 

Nini-Meyer.jpgNini Meyer is the Founder/Director of PositiveTracks, a national, youth-centric non-profit that incentivizes young people to be active and philanthropic using the global platform of sport. Nini is a Trustee of the Jane B Cook Charitable Trusts; member of Friends of CHaD Board; Overseer of Hopkins Center For The Arts At Dartmouth; Community Engagement Director of the CHaD HERO Half Marathon; and Overseer of Lebanon College in NH. Through Positive Tracks, Nini helps thousands of Millennials and multiple charity partners turn hours of athletic achievement into transformative philanthropy and doubled dollars. She graduated from CU Boulder with a degree in theatre.

Allison-SparksAllison Sparks values equity and inclusion in philanthropy and focuses on improving access for underrepresented groups by promoting collective organizing and community empowerment. "Sparks” sits on the Board of her family’s foundation in Washington State and is involved in Resource Generation, a national network of young people with financial wealth and privilege organizing for social change. In terms of her local community, Sparks co-Chairs HYPE, a giving circle of young, Bay Area LGBT-identified emerging leaders, and recently founded Queer Leaders in Philanthropy, an affinity group focused on connecting, engaging and sustaining LGBT philanthropic leadership. Sparks is currently a Program Officer at the Stuart Foundation in San Francisco and holds a BA from Vassar College and a MSW from UC Berkeley. 

Lana-Volftsun.jpgLana Volftsun is the Executive Director of the One Percent Foundation, an organization that makes philanthropy accessible to Millennials and empowers them to change the world together. She serves on the Board of Slingshot, sits on the Issues Committee for the National Center for Family Philanthropy, and is member of the Impact Grants Initiative and Innovation Fund committees for the SF Jewish Community Federation. Lana takes her work on the road, speaking at conferences, gatherings, and universities about Millennial giving. Prior to OPF, Lana worked as a technology consultant at Deloitte Consulting. She received a BSBA and Master's Certificate in NonProfit Management from Washington University in St. Louis.

 



 

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