About the Forum
The National Forum on Family Philanthropy is an intentional gathering of donors and communities, where we encourage thoughtful discussions, address the limits and implications of our practices, beliefs, and social constructs, and generate new solutions. Together, we’ll learn how to align our intentions with effective practice to fulfill our philanthropic purpose.
What to Expect
The National Forum on Family Philanthropy is a three-day program designed to help the family philanthropy community advance their practice and increase their impact.
Inspirational plenary sessions on broad topics are complemented by a wide range of breakout sessions on specific issue areas, practices, and challenges.
Between sessions, there is ample opportunity for networking and peer connection. Meet others with similar priorities, challenges, and solutions to learn from.
Learn more about the schedule here.
Who Can Attend?
The National Forum on Family Philanthropy is a unique space for donors, board members, and senior staff of family philanthropy efforts.
Donors, trustees and board members, next generation family members, and senior staff of family philanthropies are all eligible to attend.
Staff of for-profit entities are only eligible to attend the Forum as a sponsor. For more information on sponsorship, please contact Emerald Adeyemi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about eligibility policies here.