Creating Change Through Family Philanthropy: The Next Generation
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January 26, 2007
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About the Author
Alison Goldberg joined Resource Generation's staff after the organization she created and directed, Foundations for Change, merged with RG. She has worked for a number of non-profits and within her own family's foundation to promote social and economic justice. Her previous publications include Opportunity of a Lifetime: Young Adults in Family Philanthropy for the National Center for Family Philanthropy's Passages Series and Social Change Philanthropy and How It's Done for Foundation News & Commentary. She lives in the Boston area. Karen Pittelman is the author of Resource Generation's Classified: How to Stop Hiding Your Privilege and Use It For Social Change from Soft Skull Press and served as RG's first program coordinator. At 25 she dissolved her $3 million trust fund to co-found the Chahara Foundation, a fund run by and for low-income women activists in Boston. She lives in New York City. Resource Generation is a national non-profit organization that works with young people with financial wealth who believe in social change. Since 1996, the organization has offered a variety of programs educating young funders about social change philanthropy. RG is located in New York City and led by a cross-class board and staff.