Tag Archives: Family Foundations

Telling Your Story on Social Media: Family Funders Share Tips

Family foundations are a modest bunch. Most prefer operating quietly in the background, out of the limelight, away from any undue attention. What this means is that, many foundations—particularly those that keep their operations on the smaller side—have been slow … Continue reading

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The Privilege of Eating Well

This post is the first of a series on Food and Philanthropy. Scroll down to find out what’s next. Why do we live in a world where it’s cheaper to buy Froot Loops than it is real fruit? This is … Continue reading

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Putting Food in the Mouths of Others: Family Philanthropists Feed the Homeless

I have to admit: There’s something about it being 5 degrees outside that makes me feel, well, less than charitable. But this wasn’t the case for the 11 family philanthropists who dedicated one of their nights in New York to … Continue reading

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