Six Lessons From 100 Years of  Philanthropy

Six Lessons From 100 Years of Philanthropy

Effective giving requires vision, engagement and perseverance


As an estate-planning practitioner, you may have clients who donate significant sums to charity, but have little experience beyond writing checks. Fortunately, individuals have been practicing modern philanthropy for 100 years, and American philanthropists, small and large, have built a vast store of experiential knowledge that you can pass along to your clients. Her

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