A Conversation Series for Family and Individual Philanthropists
The Maine Philanthropy Center is pleased to announce a special conversation series led by highly respected philanthropic advisor Peter Lamb, focused on the unique perspectives of small family foundations, individual philanthropists, and donor advisors. The conversations will address the practical work of philanthropy—making decisions, taking risks, and engaging the next generation—as well as how your philanthropy can enrich your family. How do you make your giving less of a burden and more of a joy?
Guiding principles are a way of grounding your decision-making, to bring you back to those values that are most essential to you and your family legacy. Guiding principles can also strengthen your process and bring a sense of joy and accomplishment to your grantmaking. By reflecting on one or two of the most meaningful charitable contributions you have made, and why they have particular significance to you, you will begin to develop a set of fundamental principles to help guide your grantmaking
Registration for one conversation:
- $25 MPC members (Additional family members or colleagues from an MPC member organization may register at the discounted rate of $20/person)
- $50 non-members
Other Conversations in the Series
This four-part series will span from fall 2015 through spring 2016. Participation in one, multiple, or all conversations in the series is welcome. Multiple family member participation, as well as inter-generational participation, is encouraged.
Tuesday, February 23rd
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Tuesday, April 26th
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Please contact Vrylena Olney, Program & Communications Director, if you have any questions about this program series! Email vrylena@mainephilanthropy or call 207-228-8289.