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National Forum on Family Philanthropy

A variety of sharp critiques have been written recently about the practices, history, and prejudices of private philanthropy in the U.S. This provocative plenary features a discussion with the author of one of these critiques for a facilitated conversation encouraging the potential of private philanthropy. The goal is to have a frank, but ultimately uplifting, conversation on how all families engaged in philanthropy can better achieve the shared goal of a more just and open society.

Earlier Event: July 24
Survivor Wealth Summit