Ginny Esposito and Susan Price are sought-after speakers who frequently speak at conferences and donor events. Contact us to schedule them for a talk in your region, perhaps in front of your foundation clients.
Raising Giving Children - In an age of consumerism, the messages children receive about “giving” can be drowned out by ones about “getting.” Author Susan Crites Price has practical tips, advice and resources for instilling philanthropic values in toddlers through teenagers. Parents, grandparents and others in the community—businesses, nonprofits, and schools—who care about raising the next generation to be generous have roles to play in passing on these values. Learn how the tough economy has changed the conversation about giving and how the Internet is influencing young people’s philanthropic education.
Designing Your Charitable Legacy (by Ginny Esposito) - How can donors ensure that their passion for giving, their interest in certain causes and institution, and their hopes for involvement from their family in the future are understood, without burdening those who come after them? How can they transmit an understanding of the history and context for their giving, and how can those insights affect the giving going forward? This session talks about trust, long-term impact, and pathways to feeling confident about your legacy.
Successful Succession - Are you part of a philanthropy that is intended to continue into the next generation, and perhaps beyond? Depending on your current role – active, anticipating, or advising – you can have an impact on the success of this important transition. This session talks about practical approaches and models for sharing leadership across generations, as well as helpful decisions that can be made as a new philanthropy is formed or soon thereafter.
What Do Donors Want? - What role(s) can professional advisors play in helping clients give meaningfully? Based on an interview study by NCFP with donors, you’ll learn what they do and don’t expect from their advisors regarding their philanthropy. How can you deliver to them the ideas, the information, and the support they need to design or redesign their philanthropy, without being an expert yourself? What are the factors that can help your clients feel great about their philanthropy and your part in it?