It will come as no surprise to most that young adulthood, from the late teens to the mid-thirties, is a particularly busy time.
As young adults pursue degrees, settle into careers, and start families of their own, participation in a foundation can be far from the top of a to-do list. This stage of life, though, can be a wonderful time to be involved in the work of a foundation—a rewarding change of pace and a chance for new perspectives, ideas, and enthusiasm at the foundation table.
Whether you’re a young adult excited about becoming involved in your family’s foundation or a family member hoping to engage the next generation, where do you start?
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