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NCFP’s Family Philanthropy Knowledge Center

These free resources are a sample of what’s available in NCFP’s Family Philanthropy Knowledge Center, the premier source of information and inspiration for family philanthropy. Our 24-hour digital library puts thousands of resources at your fingertips—discussion papers, sample policies, assessment tools, webinar replays and much more.





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Emotionally Invested: A Collection of Articles about Impact Investing

The theme of this issue of Passages is “Emotionally Invested” and it includes a number of articles about impact investing alongside your values. Impact investing seeks a return from one’s investments other than a strictly financial return. For the majority of impact investors, that means they seek a general or specific environmental, social or governance outcome, in addition to a financial return, from their investments. Written by Threshold Published by National Center for Family Philanthropy







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Generations Together: A Curriculum for Engaging Youth in Family Philanthropy

As more families look to get their children involved in philanthropy at a younger age, the National Center for Family Philanthropy is offering a resource that will help the next generation learn how to carry their families’ legacies forward. Generations Together – sponsored by U.S. Trust – is an online resource that helps young adults, teens and children explore family traditions and goals, learn about giving, and understand how philanthropy works.





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2015 Trends Study Results of the First National Benchmark Survey of Family Foundations

The National Center for Family Philanthropy engaged the Urban Institute to design and conduct a nationally representative survey of family foundations. The study creates a profile of family foundations documenting the current number, size, age, assets, and giving levels of family foundations across the nation. This groundbreaking survey provides a baseline for tracking trends in family philanthropy over time.