“Next Gen” can mean folks in their 20s & 30s, or even the preschool set. What can you do as either staff or board to light the fire of interest in your philanthropic work among future leaders of a family foundation? What models and strategies for engaging family have you tried? What has worked well? Join others looking to explore this question and share ideas at this virtual roundtable. We’ll brainstorm ideas together and then crowdsource table topics for small group conversations.
This peer-to-peer conversation is geared toward those who have some experience working with the next gen of their foundation.
About Virtual Roundtables
These are low-key member conversations that allow you to dig in, share knowledge, and ask about each other’s experiences through small group discussions. A member-host will offer ideas to get conversation started.
Our hope is that you’ll be open with your peers and able to talk through your unique challenges. And that you’ll leave with a renewed sense of community and peer connections.
This is your space to dig into topics that you are passionate about. Bring your experience to share and your questions to ask of your colleagues.
We’re using the platform Remo Conference for Virtual Roundtables; captioning is not yet available. You’ll need to use a desktop, laptop, or phone with Chrome or Safari as your browser. To access the conversation, you’ll receive an email with a link before the program.
How to Use Remo Conference
Ask this question at registration: What is the age group of the “next gen” at your foundation? (Allow multiple picks)
- School-aged children
- Teens & 20s
- 30s & 40s
- 50s & 60s