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Friday, October 24, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

Family foundation trustees, donor advised fund holders, and foundation staff are invited to a conversation with Kathy Whelpley, Executive Vice President for the National Center for Family Philanthropy, on trends in family philanthropy. Designed as a time to share your concerns and accomplishments in managing family philanthropy, Ms. Whelpley will reflect on what we can learn from each other and the practices of families across the country. Ms. Whelpley applies 25 years of experience in philanthropy to the research and advising efforts of The National Center for Family Philanthropy, the only nonprofit resource dedicated exclusively to families who give. Register today.


By Celeste Amato, ABAG President for the Baltimore Business Journal, September 19, 2014

Business owners across Maryland tell us that corporate philanthropy — charitable giving directed by a business entity — is highly rewarding to everyone associated with their business.There are several ways your company can support causes and organizations in addition to cash grants. Offering non-cash giving options enables your company to better achieve its program goals and meet more community needs than can be met by cash giving alone. Read more ...

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