Please note that there will be a pre-event reception with a cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres beginning at 5pm and the program will begin at 6pm.
Before it was known for its winning sports teams, Cleveland was (and is) commonly heralded for its rich philanthropic history and culture – a history that included the creation of the country’s first community foundation, the first united fundraising campaign (which became the first United Way) and countless arts and culture, educational, social service and medical institutions. This rich history is due, in large part, to generations of donors who gave their money and time to start and sustain Cleveland’s philanthropic legacy.
So, where do the next generations fit into Cleveland’s philanthropic narrative? Known for their hands-on volunteerism and global mindset, do they see themselves as future financial benefactors? And, what causes appeal to them?
Generation Give will include a presentation about the history of philanthropy in Cleveland by John Grabowski of the Western Reserve Historial Society, an exploration of data and trends in philanthropy today by the Foundation Center and a discussion with a group of next generation philanthropists and non-profit leaders.
Dan T. Moore Companies
Fourth generation member of the Abington Foundation
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation
Allison Taller Reich
Frantz Ward LLP
co-Chair, Young Leaders Cabinet at United Way
Tucker Ellis LLP
co-Chair, Philanthropy Committee, Column & Stripe: The Young Friends of the Cleveland Museum of Art
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